mySkin.txt

This file is needed if your skin has more than one style defined. A skin style is one or more variations (different values) of style variables. These are usually color related, but they can also affect layout (eg, from fixed width to fluid).

You define styles inside mySkin.php, as following:

<?php
class zSkinMySkin extends zSkinBase
{
    public
    function __construct($INFO)
    {
    	parent::__construct($INFO);

        parent::set_style('', array(
            // define default style variables here
            ));
        parent::set_style('red', array(
            // define red style variables here
            ));
        parent::set_style('green', array(
            // define green style variables here
            ));
    }
}

Please notice that you do not have to repeat all the variables defined in the default style. Only those for which you want to change their values.

Based on the above example, your “mySkin.txt” file must have the following content:

red|green

In other words, in this file we list all additional (to the default) styles, separated with the pipe symbol.

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