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    After installing my brand new vBulletin 5 I get a site without a style. Looking into the code I see this:



    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="[URL="http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/core/view-source:http://www.sexbiz.nl/css.php?styleid=1&td=ltr&sheet=css_reset.css,css_unreset.css,css_utilities.css&ts=13631775 06"]http://www.sexbiz.nl/css.php?styleid=1&amp;td=ltr&amp;sheet=css_reset.css,css_unreset.css,css_utilities.css&amp ;ts=1363177506 [/URL="http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/core/view-source:http://www.sexbiz.nl/css.php?styleid=1&td=ltr&sheet=css_reset.css,css_unreset.css,css_utilities.css&ts=13631775 06"]" />

    But in my download there is no css.php at this location, it's in /core/

    How do I fix this?

  • #2
    Have a play with ... Store CSS Stylesheets as Files?...
    http://opensezme.co.uk/

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    • #3
      There is not supposed to be a css.php file in root, the htaccess file will forward the request to the appropriate location.

      Make sure your Core URL is correct in the Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Site Name / URL / Contact details- it should be: http://www.sexbiz.nl/core

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      • #4
        Solved, osX does not show .htaccess files so I did not upload this.

        Maybe put a vbulletin5.htaccess in the install so people notice on osX there is a .htaccess file :-)

        Thanks for the quick help!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jeroen Schippers View Post
          Solved, osX does not show .htaccess files so I did not upload this.

          Maybe put a vbulletin5.htaccess in the install so people notice on osX there is a .htaccess file :-)

          Thanks for the quick help!
          Does this solve the problem with the install getting stuck also?

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          • #6
            This thread is three years old....and anyhow what caused an issue for one person three years ago is quite likely to be a different cause to something happening today.

            Best to start your own thread with full details of the problem.
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            • #7
              This is happening to me too, fresh installation today. No styles are loaded. Also there is an admincp directory in root and another admincp directory in core directory. The admin cp in root is an empty directory. Help?

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              • #8
                Never mind, I fixed it by using my own htaccess file as there's something wrong with the one supplied/auto generated by the software.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Alt-Fit View Post
                  Never mind, I fixed it by using my own htaccess file as there's something wrong with the one supplied/auto generated by the software.
                  What did you do in the htaccess file to make this work?

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                  • #10
                    There is nothing wrong with the .htaccess file, please don't make any changes to it unless instructed by support.

                    I'm closing this, as you have a thread running on this.
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