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Hi Ciaran

it struck me today, that the information text in the "Custom CSS" tab still claims, that the file custom.css must be stored in the «templates» folder. This is outdated; the file custom.css must be in the media/templates/site/j51_layla/css folder. Otherwise it will not be loaded.

Load custom.css. Place the custom.css in your templates CSS folder (../templates/[YourTemplate]/css/custom.css

For me it is ok, I have been familiar with this new Joomla policy for a while now. I just wanted to make you aware of this wrong information, since it could be suitable to mislead some of your customers.

Thank you and kind regards
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Hi Chris

Thank you for bringing this to our attention. I have just released a new update to the Layla template resolving this issue.

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