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envetv says

Hi I recently purchased the Zip Zag theme I wanted to edited the CSS file to make some changes in the menu as well as the header. Every time I edited the CSS file with dreamweaver and re uploaded to the server I notice non of my changes where made. Am I allowed to edit the CSS file? and if so is there a reason mine changes are not working?

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Marvidude says

Do you have any cache plugin enabled?. Also might be a browser cache issue.

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laranz says

Did you edit the correct CSS file :bashful: , or it maybe some reasons like marvi told.

Yes you are allowed to edit your files.

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envetv says

What is a cache plugin Im not sure if I do. If I do have a cache plugin how do I spot it? and what do I do?

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entrophia says

Be sure to edit the right file and empty your cache.

Zip Zag has diffrent stylesheets, Firebug plugin for your browser may help you to find the right one.

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