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kalbs99

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HI

 

newbie here, i want to ask something but i dont know how to start and not sure if this is the right thread to post

 

this two pages

 

http://www.afn.com.au/store/Fishing-&-Outdoor-Books/c30/index.html

 

http://www.afn.com.au/store/AFN-Media-Magazines/c1/index.html

 

is using a template file called index_nested.tpl.php,

 

now i want the first link to have a different css than any other pages that uses the same template

 

is there a way to do that?

 

like in the wordpress you can have is_page, is_frontpage and etc.

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@@kalbs99

 

If you have a .tpl file, then more than likely your site uses STS, which is no longer supported or in use.

 

 

 

Chris

@@kalbs99

 

If you have a .tpl file, then more than likely your site uses STS, which is no longer supported or in use.

 

 

 

Chris

 

which means impossible to do what i want to do?

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No, not impossible but that you are probably on your own..since STS is no longer widely used or supported at this forum.

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As mentioned, if you are using osC 2.3.1 (the current version), STS doesn't work with that. The good news is that the layout is now largely CSS-driven, so it would not be terribly hard to modify the code to either specify a different CSS file for certain pages, or add an additional CSS file to override the standard one. Not trivial (involves PHP changes and CSS changes), but possible.

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