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Hey, sorry for the delay. The way templates are read is different from Django standard, because there is an attempt to implement skin support.

Skin is composed of templates and media. At this time edit the default skin directly and keep your changes in git - this is the most sane way to customize skin and at the same time be able to upgrade them. Try to do as much as possible in the file style.css. The template signin is askbot/skins/default/templates/authopenid/signin.html.

What do you want to change? If you need to enable/disable certain login providers - there will be such function by Monday.

Hey, sorry for the delay. The way templates are read is different from Django standard, because there is an attempt to implement skin support.

Skin is composed of templates and media. At this time edit the default skin directly and keep your changes in git - this is the most sane way to customize skin and at the same time be able to upgrade them. Try to do as much as possible in the file style.css. The template signin is askbot/skins/default/templates/authopenid/signin.html.

What do you want to change? If you need to enable/disable certain login providers - there will be such function by Monday.

Some older answers that you will find for query "skins" or "customization" may help you, but if something is not clear - please do ask.

Thanks.