Hello. I recently bought a CSS for a friend’s site. the friend imediatly took me off the site. Is there a way that i can reclaim my CSS and use it for my other sites?
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You must be logged in under the exact same username account that purchased the upgrade(s) to cancel it.
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Unlikely. I suggest you change your definition of “Friend”. I’ll flag this for staff attention, but they’ll need to know your email, the URL of the blog you bought the upgrade for, and which site you want to apply the upgrade to.
@tsarseth – It looks like you were able to successfully transfer your Custom Design upgrade to another blog. If you still need help with this, please reply here to let me know!
Also note that you can view the CSS for any site by using your browser tools. To check it out, open the site, right-click on any item, select the “Inspect Element” option, and you should see the HTML for what you clicked on highlighted as well as all of the CSS that applies to it on the right. Depending on what browser you are using, you can easily switch to viewing different CSS that is loaded for the blog (such as the Custom CSS). I think Chrome’s web inspector is quite nice, but the built in web inspector for Firefox is also very good in the latest Firefox versions these days.
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