Hi Doug,

The cas.css file is generated at build time from the cas.scss file located 

Feel free to submit a pull request to fix the IE 11 issue you fixed.

As for modifying the cas.css file itself, you can download it in the 
browser and place it in your resources/static/css folder and then make 
changes as you see fit.  However, that could potentially introduce breaking 
changes on your site if the core CAS HTML/CSS changes.


On Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 1:22:42 PM UTC-7, Doug C wrote:
> After a little more research I found that the version of cas.css being 
> used by default is being provided by the cas-server-webapp-tomcat.war file 
> from the Maven repository.  I don't really understand what code base this 
> .war file is generated from since the github repo doesn't have this 
> cas.css file or the directory structure for it (although in earlier 
> versions of CAS it did exist).
> So at the moment I can fix the apereo theme cas.css but not the 
> cas-theme-default cas.css so that these pages display properly in IE 11.
> Again, if anyone has an idea on where the cas-theme-default cas.css can be 
> modified in a repo I can also submit a change for that.
> Thanks!
> On Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at 7:00:56 PM UTC-4, Doug C wrote:
>> I found that the header for the login page when I updated to 5.3.2 is too 
>> large and overlaps some of the other page elements when I use Internet 
>> Explorer 11.  This does not occur in Chrome.  I poked around and found that 
>> if I change the cas.css file so that the logo class has a height property 
>> of 40px then IE 11 will render like Chrome.
>> While I know how to make the change in the CAS overlay I would like to 
>> submit a pull request but the cas.css file in question does not appear to 
>> exist in the github repo.  I am expecting it to be at 
>> https://github.com/apereo/cas/tree/master/webapp/resources/static/css/cas.css
>> but I can only find a file at 
>> https://github.com/apereo/cas/blob/master/webapp/resources/static/themes/apereo/css/cas.css.
>> The latter file is not the same as what appears in my target overlay when I 
>> don't make changes to the overlay src.
>> I think the change to using an SVG image for the logo caused this issue 
>> to come up but I don't know enough to know whether there is a better way to 
>> address the issue than just adding the height property.
>> If anyone can point me in the right direction as to what file to edit 
>> though I will submit a pull request.
>> Thanks!
>> Doug

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