[Rt-devel] Adding to default CSS without create a whole new style?

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Thu Oct 16 06:12:40 EDT 2008

On Thu 16.Oct'08 at 12:00:18 +0200, Philip Kime wrote:
> I'm currently looking at making AT work properly with RT 3.8 and this  
> really requires some CSS styles defining. Is there an obvious way to  
> add to the, say, web2 styles? Can we just add a line to the bottom of  
> main.css like this:
> @import "extensions.css";
> so people can use "extensions.css" to add to the style without  
> creating a whole new css tree?

There should be a callback in main.css if there isn't already.

For RTFM, I believe we use the InHeader callback on Elements/Head to add
a custom css file

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