Feature #15633

Allow CSS overriding for (3rd party) module's stylesheets

Added by Florian S. over 8 years ago. Updated over 8 years ago.

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Description

I use some plugins and now I want to customize one plugin's output via my own redmine theme (application.css)

Overriding the plugin's classes with a theme specific application.css is not possible because the css of the plugin is included after the theme stylesheet is included.

If the theme stylesheet loads after all plugin stylesheets were loaded overriding would be possible in an easy way.

So I request a change of base.html.erb that the stylesheet of the theme is linked after all plugin stylesheets.

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#1 Updated by Arthur Andersen over 8 years ago

Most of the time plugins are build on top of the base theme overriding values from the base theme.
I suggest writing a custom plugin, which overrides all those stylesheets. As far as I remember the
plugins are loaded alphabetically, so you would have to choose the name of the plugin accordingly.

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