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  1. Eirini
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  3. Wednesday, April 23 2014, 03:18 PM
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I am trying to create my own styles for this module, with not much luck.
I have created a css file called nsp_mystyle.css and placed it in the css folder
I have gone to assets and loaded the css file in the assets.xml folder.
I can see my stylesheet in firefox firebug but it does not override the news show pro stylesheet.

I have also tried simply adding the css to to the custom template - this too does not work.

Gavick who developed News Show Pro GK5, says I need to be able to load the stylesheet LAST for it to take affect but cannot help me with how to do that in Blank template.

Any ideas would be great...

Thanks
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yeri helgora Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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I used News show pro GK5 too and change manythings , in my opinon, just override the CSS located in module/mod_news_pro_gk5/interface/css/style.css
or add class , anything you want without creating separated css.it will take effect
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Gardner Luna Accepted Answer Pending Moderation
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Hi Eirini,

I think Yeri's suggestion will work. An other way is that you can add the customized style to the custom.css file in the "templates/t3_bs3_blank/css. This file is LAST loaded and it's not overridden when you compile LESS to CSS.

P/S: please turn off the dev mode so that your site will load .css files instead of .less files.

Gardner.
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Does it work @Eirini?
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