I tried for two hours to RTLize\Flip the module via Firebug & Style.css but without major success. So I figured this is one of case when the flipping should be done at the module's CSS files themselves. So I went to sites/all/modules/accordion_menu but I couldn't find anything that has all the CSS. I found only accordion_menu.css that doesn't have more than 4-5 rows of CSS code. So it's not something I could RTLize\flip.

Therefore I ask, where is the genuine Accordion Menu CSS file (that appear in DOM but not in the style window)? How could I track it down and flip it's CSS?


  • I don't understand. CSS should always be overridable. Unless it's inline. But then again you can use !important to override inline styles. – Beebee Aug 21 '15 at 9:25

The Accordion Menu module uses jQuery UI, which is included with core. If the styles you're looking for are in a CSS file, they'll be in /misc/ui/jquery.ui.accordion.css (or possibly one of the more general jQuery UI CSS files).

Bear in mind that jQuery UI is a javascript library, so the styles might be applied directly to the elements at runtime, and may never exist in a CSS file as such.

  • Indeed it was at root/misc/ui/jquery.ui.accordion.css, changed it from there, and it work... Allow just to ask why is it actually in this folder? Did this module put this file there in the misc/ui folder? – JohnDoea Aug 21 '15 at 10:13
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    No it's part of jquery UI (which is included with Drupal) the module you're using just piggy-backs off that – Clive Aug 21 '15 at 10:16

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