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    Style Guide Exist?Answered
    Topic posted September 25, 2019 by whitney w.Green Ribbon: 100+ Points 
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    Title:
    Style Guide Exist?
    Summary:
    Is there a reference guide for existing styles for the Customer Support Center?
    Content:

    Instead of having to manually parse the .css files to see how all styles are being rendered, is there an existing style guide for the look and feel for the Customer Support Pages, out of the box?

    For example, if I want to use an existing style from site.css, is there a reference document for established styles? Or do we have to manually look through the entire .css documents?

    Thanks for your help!

     

     

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    Sebastiaan Draaisma

    I don't think there is.
    A useful tool is the element explorer in your webbrowser. It will tell you, when selecting an element, which stylesheet is used and on which row the change will have to be made.
    In this example the site.css belonging to theme posten on row 109

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    • Sebastiaan Draaisma

      I don't think there is.
      A useful tool is the element explorer in your webbrowser. It will tell you, when selecting an element, which stylesheet is used and on which row the change will have to be made.
      In this example the site.css belonging to theme posten on row 109

    • Anthony Smith

      Mate I wish there was! That would save weeks of onboarding front-end devs while they're trying to work out what lives where etc.

      Actually, I wonder if we could start collecting this information somewhere, some kind of a "CSS cookbook".