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Static CSS Option Description

edited January 2015 in Muffin options
Hi Muffin Support,

I read your description but it didn't work for me. I copied the whole content of the files style.php and style-colors.php into style-static.css and turned on the setting in muffin option menu but it didn't work. I got the colors of the standard betheme setup (blue).

I followed these steps: http://themes.muffingroup.com/betheme/documentation/#static-css

Anyway when I looked at the static-styles.css it was already prefilled with some html style code. Maybe I just need to turn the static option on in the muffin option menu without copying anything from the php files?

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