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Some Magento pages are using the wrong CSS file

Posted on 2014-03-12
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Hi,

I'm running v1.7.0.2 of Magento, with the "modern" theme.

I've created a page for the homepage and associated the modern theme with it. It works fine. Same with categories and product pages.

All other pages (my account, my cart, my wishlist) are not displaying the theme, despite me copying the "customer" folder over from the base template. If I view the HTML in my browser, it shows that a generic "styles.css" file is being loaded:

http://www.mywebsite.ie/skin/frontend/default/blank/css/styles.css

whereas the proper "widgets.css" is loading:

http://www.mywebsite.ie/skin/frontend/default/modern/css/widgets.css


I've emptied all the caches, ensured media and var are 777.

Attached are some screenshots of my settings and skin/app folder paths, can someone please help me get the correct CSS file to load up?

Many thanks
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I think I managed to fix this going to System>>>Design

and changing the store's design of "blank" to "modern"
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