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  • Resolved konigrot

    (@konigrot)


    I’m posting this to try and save some others a deal of frustration. I was following the filters.txt guide to add my own custom css stylings to the iframe contents, but every time I tried to customise the css uri the uri being passed to the iframe was a null string.

    After hours of testing and error injection I concluded that somewhere in the one-all process there is a string match search for ‘oneallcdn’, and if this is failed, the custom css string is ignored.

    SOLUTION: simply name the folder where you store your custom css ‘oneallcdn-css’ or similar, so that the ‘oneallcdn’ string will be included and matched in your custom css uri.

    Very annoyed that this fact was not mentioned, unless it’s a deliberate paid service only, but if that’s the case it should be explicitly stated.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/oa-social-login/

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