"Thank you is all I need to know I took about 4 layouts and used CSS codes from each one to make various changes to ours.. and yes is what I was told by a new NING creator who received 3.0 she had been admin on other sites I took she knew where it…"
Not quite sure what you mean by "you cannot even view CSS.." so if you can explain, I'd be happy to look into your concern.
As Diane said, not all CSS from your Ning 2.0 Network will work for your Ning 3.0…"
:) Hey Shadow. Yeah I come and go but old friends keep rejoining this site, it has a lot of memories for me here. I add the ones I know from forever and every now and then they drop by and send me messages and are glad I still remember, you know, everything we've been through together and just happy that someone familiar is still around. It means a lot to people, something long lasting. I've seen admins come and go, but they always end up here. People from way back like 2007 are starting to come back on the forums and I know its like a huge culture shock for them the new Ning program. I was able to get a kind of a grip on it, it's really almost comical just how plane it seems in comparison. Faces may change and people may fade but are never forgotten, I kind of miss Eric Suez. Alison was really fun in her own way, but both are gone now, you know even our dislike for Yshatar back in the day still brings up memories of when things used to be a lot easier and kind of went unnoticed say 4 or 5 years ago back in 2009. Now even Temple Illuminatus is considering shutting its doors, old people are coming back to things all but forgotten in the dusk of the night, its kind of haunting because I look back at some of these people and they're still the same, still just who they always were but older, even though it feels almost homely again seeing familiar, someone known, someone whose not really felt like they've changed much even though they may have inevitably done so. A part of me kind of hopes someone may recognize my soul through the mists of time, some have, its not the end of the world to let go but it is a culture shock none the less, whether in the moment or outside of it looking back from beyond. I feel alive in a strange way. Not sure how to make of it, so I try to keep people close, even if I feel it may not be as productive as intended, I'll always remember a couple a things about each person, what humor and what troubles brought us together and the reasons why we've grown ever since to be who we are today, everyone can shape a difference. I've taken on the motto, become your own future, share is care. It's because I can forgive both of what I may have done and what others may have done within other moments I can make now seem or try to be better than before to make after a new experience. I hope things are well with you, speaking of.