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scottlf

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  1. Honestly it's time to just give it up. @WHMCS John even made this thread not appear for logged out users of the community. The users have no say in WHMCS, and that's just what we have to accept.
  2. My short answer: I only want to change a couple things in the CSS. I don’t want to maintain and diff an entire template every time I update for a small security patch. Perhaps a “custom css” field in the admin area would be a better fit for this.
  3. Sigh, whatever. I don't customize the template except for hiding a bunch of links in the navigation. I'm not running a diff to migrate the changes into my own custom template every time a x.x.1 weekly security vulnerability patch comes out that I need to rush to deploy.
  4. Whenever an update takes place, the custom.css file is overwritten on all default templates. I'm not sure why the custom.css file is given a special "custom" designation when it isn't safe from the update process. Duplicating the theme to avoid this would mean losing access to any theme compatibility updates in the future unless I manually transfer them over which defeats the usefulness of that workaround too. Please don't overwrite this file anymore.
  5. Welcome to WHMCS.Community scottlf! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.

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