cforms II User Forum

Registration is currently disabled.
Guest

FAQs

Login form protected by Login LockDown.


Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —

  

— Match —

   

— Forum Options —

    

Wildcard usage:
*  matches any number of characters    %  matches exactly one character

Minimum search word length is 4 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

Topic RSS
Cannot select different styling themes (css)
December 8, 2007
4:59 pm
Eric Thoolen
Guest

Please replace the ??? with your data!

  • Your URL: n.a.
  • The browser used: FF
  • cforms version: latest
  • Your Wordpress version: 2.3

[desc]:

If I select another css theme for my form it just doesn't change at all. I have tried anything but it (obviously) didn't help my issue. Any help would be immensely appreciated.

 Eric

December 8, 2007
5:19 pm
Oliver
Munich, Germany
Admin
Forum Posts: 6400
Member Since:
March 6, 2005
Offline

Your URL would be helpful for proper troubleshooting.

December 9, 2007
4:02 pm
Eric Thoolen
Guest

Oliver send me in the right direction for a solution. It seemed that my header.php wasn't set up correctly. It missed the wp_head() function. With a little help of Google I found the solution below.

Try this:
- open your header.php
- look if you find something like “wp_head”, if not:
- add right before </head> this code: <?php wp_head(); ?>
- close and save all files, reload

Well there ya go, it worked for me!

 Eric

May 1, 2008
11:31 pm
Oli
Guest

Hi

I'm having the same problem but cannot find the header.php where is it located

thx Oli

May 2, 2008
7:56 am
Oliver
Munich, Germany
Admin
Forum Posts: 6400
Member Since:
March 6, 2005
Offline

simply look through all your theme files, one of them has to have the header info.

May 2, 2008
1:27 pm
Oli
Guest

Thx

but my theme – Landzilla does not have a header.php I've chkd a different theme and it has one. Unfort. I will still be using Landzilla for a while.

Any sug. would be greatly apriciated

thx Oli

May 2, 2008
6:55 pm
Oliver
Munich, Germany
Admin
Forum Posts: 6400
Member Since:
March 6, 2005
Offline

Even though it's not called header.php, some file with some name must have the HTML header. To find it, I guess you need to open every one and look…

May 4, 2008
9:20 pm
oli
Guest

it was in a file called page. Smile and yes it did work after that

thx once again from Mainz Germany

Forum Timezone: Europe/Berlin

Most Users Ever Online: 959

Currently Online:
18 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

tracedef: 43

mores: 21

Gyrus: 20

frozenwaste: 18

asuffredini: 15

photoworks: 14

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 3758

Members: 1463

Moderators: 3

Admins: 2

Forum Stats:

Groups: 1

Forums: 4

Topics: 5356

Posts: 18736

Newest Members: juredujmovic, dreamkeeper, rajattyagi, wrokaa, lukass

Moderators: Paul (421), cnymike (8), sonika (95)

Administrators: Oliver (6400), Nicky (3)