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XF 1.4 Paid style

Russ

Well-known member
#4
Style properties when you can, your custom CSS in your own template. Ideally leaving extra.css blank when you can, maybe include your template inside public.css at the bottom before extra.css.
 

Allan

Well-known member
#5
Style properties when you can, your custom CSS in your own template. Ideally leaving extra.css blank when you can, maybe include your template inside public.css at the bottom before extra.css.
Thank Ruus for answer.

Ok, actually I only used extra.css (my style is finish :p), almost no style properties, so that means I have to sort out my class to introduce them into the style properties?

If yes, an easy way to do it?
 

Russ

Well-known member
#6
Hard to say it's easy for me to do just because I've been doing it so long I can look at css and tell if there is a style property for it(most of the time).

You typically want to keep the edits in the style properties if there is one so users can also go in and adjust the style property without it getting overwritten by your CSS.