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#1 hansrv


Posted 08 October 2015 - 13:59



I am testing to integrate JBZoo into my website (currently still ofline in development mode) as I think it has some great features. However, when I am testing teh customisation in css, it does noet seem to work. I am using the application alias from my website so the file becomes jbzoo.cccatalog.css instead of jbzoo.flat.css as indicated in your demo. For the rest I used the coding from your demosite and made sure the coding has .jbzoo-app-cccatalog included.

For one reason or another this css file is not being included in my page. When looking with firebug I only see a link to jbzoo.css

Looking at the helper files I assume the .$alias. should make it also work for another file than jbzoo.flat.css.

Is there another file that requires additional coding to Ensure the jbzoo.cccatalog.css is loaded or does this only work in the pro version?


#2 SmetDenis

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Posted 09 October 2015 - 06:59


CSS file should has name like "jbzoo.mycatalog.css" and shuould be here

So if Joomla menu item show JBZoo App with alias "mycatalog" this file will be included automaticaly.
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