Adding Custom CSS

Learn how to edit CSS to customise the look of any theme. This tutorials was kindly supplied by Adam Shiver at Elixir Graphics.

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Glaswinkeltje

2 years ago

Quite a handy, helpfull video

Turtle

1 year ago

Nicely done, thank you for putting forth the effort to explain this in a video.

timmy_toad

1 year ago

The video was very good thanks, but on the right of this box is the text "More in this series", thinking the link to a video was the next one in the series, i found it was a link to the same Video !!!


bencounsell

1 year ago

Whoops, sorry about that. Obviously it should link to the other videos in this series, I'll get it fixed ASAP!

JFK

1 year ago

If I understand correctly, this approach just modified the theme as applied to this specific page. If you wanted to change the whole theme, why wouldn't you put the new CSS in the master page CSS as in video #4?


Turtle

1 year ago

That is correct, if you wanted the changes to be site wide then you would do it in the master page CSS area. However, there may be times when you wish to modify Theme specific CSS on a particular page or group of pages on your site, in which case the method shown is accurate.

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