Hello,

I have created a custom CSS file for WebKit which I have attached to my browser.
I am using webkits -webkit-transform: scale(2) to webpages which works exactly how I wanted it too.

However for some reason when this css is attached to my browser and I go to skydrive.com none of my files are visible until I remove the -webkit-transform: scale(1.2) code…

I was wondering if there was away to make an except if the URL is prefixed with http://skydrive.com or http://skydrive.live.com

I don't know much about this so I hope one of you lovely people may know a bit more and hopefully can help me!

Kind Regards,
Adam

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@adammoocat

I don't know much about this so I hope one of you lovely people may know a bit more and hopefully can help me!

I don't understand your question at all. You created a WebKit and it's on your browser and you can't find your files or …

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@adammoocat

I don't know much about this so I hope one of you lovely people may know a bit more and hopefully can help me!

I don't understand your question at all. You created a WebKit and it's on your browser and you can't find your files or access those files? I don't think this question is related to HTML & CSS.

The issue you are having is more related to this:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_rewrite.html

can you explain briefly cant' getting the exact query

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