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    CSS not loading on "Custom HTML" Module

    The CSS is broken on the module when wanting to create a Custom HTML module. Every other module works, so I honestly dont know how this happened JUST to custom HTML module, someone can tell me what could be wrong pleaseeee?


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    Greetings trasty:
    It would be helpful if you could provide the url of the site you're working on - as well as identify the particular module you are having issues with. Also, how did you apply the CSS styling for the custom HTML mod?
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    Hi TomC,

    Url of the site -

    please see the attached photos... 1 and 2 - problem with Custom HTML module (name - Class suffix "_type") , 3 and 4 - problem with editing articles...

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    So, if I am understanding you correctly .... when you try to create a fresh Custom HTML module - the module parameters display itself is all skewed - correct?

    Have you tried making a copy of one of the existing Custom HTML mods (assuming you installed the sample data when you installed your template) - and then simply modify the content within?
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    [QUOTE=TomC;317233]So, if I am understanding you correctly .... when you try to create a fresh Custom HTML module - the module parameters display itself is all skewed - correct?[/QUOTE]

    yep, correct!

    [QUOTE=TomC;317233]Have you tried making a copy of one of the existing Custom HTML mods (assuming you installed the sample data when you installed your template) - and then simply modify the content within?[/QUOTE]

    I have a problem with all components and modules that using a WYSIWYG editor ... I tried to copy, create a new module, everything, but still the same problem. :-[

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    I found the answer at the link:

    http://www.joomlart.com/forums/showthread.php?70279-bug-report-minisite-for-J2.5-administrate-quot-why-choose-us-quot

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    CONGRATS !!!




    A little research can go a long way. All the best with your continuing site development.
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