More… Custom Styling with CSS

I have been doing a lot of CSS work and it is all going pretty well. The main thing to do is:

  1. read up on a LOT of CSS to find out what your options are.css2
  2. use firebug to track down what needs to be changed and test how to change it.
  3. alter the css file or the inline css. inline css can often be changed from within drupal if you have a content type with some text. The title text on the SS below uses inline css that i added via the “source” button of the CKEditor module on that particular piece of content.
  4. subtheme all your css files by copying the ones you need into your subtheme directory, making sure to note their existence in the .info file for your subtheme.

 

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