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One of the Occupy sites needs to make a change to the CSS of the site but doesn't know how. Since they don't know me from adams housecat they are (thankfully reluctant to give me the keys to figure it out). Since I've never even looked at vBulletin, so I'm hoping one of you might give some directions. And I'll point them back to this article.

http://occupyalabama.org/forum/showthread.php?232-Improvements-to-the-CSS

Improvements to the CSS

Right now, we have:

body a {
  color: #417394;
  text-decoration: none;
} 

I'd like to see an addition of

div.postbody a {
  color: #2253ff;
  text-decoration: underline;
}

So that links in the posts (and only in the posts) show up more clearly.

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You can find the CSS in a file called vbulletin-style.xml in the /install directory. You can make your changes in there and then I think you need to reload the XML to see the changes take effect. (I haven't played with vBulletin in a while so that last part may be incorrect).

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what do you mean from reload the xml ? –  Alireza Fallah 웃 Feb 22 at 11:38
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