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By richvle
#827916
I'm modifying the loginStyle.css for 1 of my skins. But the .panel element is inheriting from both the skin's css as well as the bookstrap.min.css file.

Should I be modifying the bootstrap.min.css? It's not easily readable. Or should I be modifying the bootstrap.css file. Both of these files are located outside of the skin's folder.
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By RicardoMG
#827920
Hello!

What are you trying to do by modifying the bootstrap files? Do you want to customize the skin of the ProcessMaker or the login of the ProcessMaker?

Best regards, Ricardo.
By richvle
#827921
I'm modifying the the skin of the login page of processmaker.
RicardoMG wrote: Wed Apr 22, 2020 6:07 pm Hello!

What are you trying to do by modifying the bootstrap files? Do you want to customize the skin of the ProcessMaker or the login of the ProcessMaker?

Best regards, Ricardo.
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By RicardoMG
#827924
Hello!

Because files are overwritten when ProcessMaker is updated, it would be more efficient to create a custom skin for your application, and then customize the login information. Then you can export the custom skin to a tar file and then import it to a new or updated version of ProcessMaker. you can review this information in the ProcessMaker's documentation in the following link: https://wiki.processmaker.com/3.1/Skins

Best regards, Ricardo.

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