Thank you very much!
The reason I simply didn't changed the fileso n the server manually was that
I have no accesss to that files ( this wiki is hosted).

The Le Génie's solution works perfect (i tried is before but without these
imports ;] )

Thank you for the firbug extension - it helps a lot! :)


2011/4/8 Le Génie <le.genie.logic...@gmail.com>

> See below
>
> 2011/4/8 Elena-Oana Tabaranu <oana.tabar...@xwiki.com>
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > On 04/08/2011 02:38 AM, wojtek danilo wrote:
> > > Hi!
> > > I'm trying to override the css of my xwiki.
> > > I've been reading documents about making styleSheetExtensions (like
> > > MinimalStyleSheet Extension fro mhere:
> > >
> http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/SkinExtensionsTutorial
> > ).
> > > I have to be doing something wrong because after creation StyleSheet
> > > extension like in this tutorial and setting "use this extension" to
> > "always"
> > > nothing changes.
> > You can check if your styles have been included on the HTML source of
> > the page. There should be a link like this in the head:
> >
> > <link  rel='stylesheet'type='text/css'href='/xwiki/bin/ssx/<StyleSheet
> > extension space>/<StyleSheet extension page>'/>
> >
> > > additional I've seen that in Administration menu ->  Look&  feel ->
> > > presentation I've got button that "allow" me cutomize current skin.
> after
> > > pressing it and sayin that I want to customize it I've got a lot of
> empty
> > > boxes (style, header, footer).
> > > Always when I'm trying to write there anything the whole css crash and
> > the
> > > site looks ugly.
> > The Header and the Footer templates display parts of your page. They
> > should not be used to add CSS rules, use the Style template instead:
> > @import "microformats.css";
> > @import "colibri.css";
> > /* add here your custom rules */
> >
>
> And as it is described here
> http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/AdminGuide/Skins
> you can insert your CSS rules in a page Skin (the DefaultSkin or a new one
> you that you can create), just fill in the "style" field (do not forget the
> 2 @import).
> You don't need to update the files of your XWiki installation, so it will
> be
> easier to upgrade XWiki.
>
> Maxime
>
> >
> > Oana
> > > Please could you write, what is the simplest method to override some
> > > elements of the css of xwiki?
> > >
> > > I will be very thankfull!
> > > Wojtek
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