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  • Hello all,
    I run http://silken-flame.net and am quite impressed by the options WordPress has in it (I switched from Movable Type and then an older version of b2). There are a few questions I have about it, however. For some reason, this afternoon right after I made a post, all my databases were deleted from the server. . . as far as I know, the server has NEVER had any problems with the databases, but WordPress seemed to uninstall itself! I had to start all over again.
    Also, I have a pretty comprehensive stylesheet going on, but I wanted to know which php file the password code is in–I would like to implement a style to colour the form to input the password. If anyone can help me out, I would very much appreciate it!
    Thank you,
    Stephanie

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  • I am sorry to hear that you lost stuff in your database, I suspect you had some version conflicts. But here is the information you are looking for. You run b2login.php from the base wordpress folder to get the login screen. The stylesheet (CSS) for the login page is under the wp-admin folder and is called wp-admin.css This stylesheet also controls the b2edit.php file which you see after a successful logon (through b2headers.php and other variable controls, admins please correct me if I am wrong) Good luck with your *new* database! 🙂
    Peace

    Oh dear, I don’t think I said that quite correctly, I meant the password forms as in when you enter a password-protected post and a prompt appears on the main page for it–since it’s all white and grey-button-y, I’d like to change it to greens and blues. But I really do appreciate your help!
    Thanks again,
    Stephanie

    I should have read that better…my fault. Good solution sg! You are darn good…love your hacks!

    Anonymous, the HTML code for the password form should be in b2template.functions.php .

    thanks muchly!

    Just found this and thanks for the compliment, you laughing lizard you! 🙂 I was hunting for the place to adjust the size for the search box. Allusion? Anyone?
    Thanks! 🙂

    SG, it’s in the wp-layout.css file – under #menu input, which sets it to “width: 80%”

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