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Resetting the ACP theme - kbilly - 2018-08-19

Hello everyone!

I was trying to modify the footer of my forum,i did some changes here and there but i didn't like the changes, so, i reverted them back.

A strange thing happened to me on my ACP, i used always the default theme in it but now when i go to the login page of my ACP,i see this theme as login page:

   

After loggin in i see the default one:

   

and it is also set as current theme:

   

So,my question is ,how can i turn it back to the default one before loggin in?

What could have caused it?I installed some dynamic footer plugin and then uninstalled it,may be because of this?

Thanks a lot.


RE: Resetting the ACP theme - Wires - 2018-08-19

Weird for a plugin to do this. Out of curiosity, can you link me to this plugin just so I can double-check? You'll need to download a fresh pack of MyBB. From the fresh pack, upload the ../admin/styles/ directory, overwriting your existing copy.


RE: Resetting the ACP theme - Ashley1 - 2018-08-19

In the ACP under themes -> click on the theme options of the theme you're using and click on force on users.


RE: Resetting the ACP theme - User 6029 - 2018-08-19

That is the login.css from cerise acp style..., perhaps you accidently added that login.css file in the default acp folder thus overwriting the default acp style login.css


RE: Resetting the ACP theme - WallBB - 2018-08-20

(2018-08-19, 10:11 PM)vintagedaddyo Wrote: That is the login.css from cerise acp style..., perhaps you accidently added that login.css file in the default acp folder thus overwriting the default acp style login.css

I also suspect this. It can happen by mistake.


RE: Resetting the ACP theme - Serpius - 2018-08-20

(2018-08-20, 07:58 AM)WallBB Wrote:
(2018-08-19, 10:11 PM)vintagedaddyo Wrote: That is the login.css from cerise acp style..., perhaps you accidently added that login.css file in the default acp  folder thus overwriting the default acp style login.css

I also suspect this. It can happen by mistake.

The screenshot explains it better, but recently I was playing around with a different ACP theme and couldn't figure out why the login screen wouldn't go to the previous one I had before.
Then, I remembered this.

[Image: v5J3Jrq.png?1]


RE: Resetting the ACP theme - kbilly - 2018-08-20

That solved my problem.

Many thanks everyone for helping me out.

(2018-08-20, 11:00 AM)Serpius Wrote:
(2018-08-20, 07:58 AM)WallBB Wrote:
(2018-08-19, 10:11 PM)vintagedaddyo Wrote: That is the login.css from cerise acp style..., perhaps you accidently added that login.css file in the default acp  folder thus overwriting the default acp style login.css

I also suspect this. It can happen by mistake.

The screenshot explains it better, but recently I was playing around with a different ACP theme and couldn't figure out why the login screen wouldn't go to the previous one I had before.
Then, I remembered this.

[Image: v5J3Jrq.png?1]