|BachusII on Mar 26, 2007 at 4:10:08 AM (# 1)|
The AOL version may have an adapted version of the default stylesheets. That entails that anything you do not specify may look different from your expectations.
Use a reshack (resource hacker) or a similar program, find out which files on your vanilla installation contain the default stylesheets. Get someone (using AOL) to mail you a copy of those files. Use reshack again to find out for sure.
apfwebs on Mar 26, 2007 at 7:57:27 AM (# 2)
Er...I'm not quite sure I understand, and I'm especially sure the AOL user(s) wouldn't understand: where may I find a reshack program?
Where might I find a "reshack" utility or, more handily...
Where might I sniff out the (extra) CSS sheet(s) AOL is inserting in the chain: locally on the client machine or somewhere up on an AOL server?
But then again, I suppose this is where the "reshack" comes in handy: doesn't matter where the CSS comes from, "reshack" just reveals its contents, no?