|Posted: Sat, 2012-05-19 23:29|
In the Grey Dragon theme, the author has made it possible to create a directory and file (custom.css) where you can copy and paste any css rule and change it. The custom.css file is then read and dynamically replaces the css of the theme as each page is read. Since the custom.css file is in it's own directory, it never gets over written when you update G3. Additionally, there is no need to change specific css files--ever.
Does G3 Core offer a similar approach to customizing CSS?
I'm thinking if not, it really should. That way people can simply find the CSS they are looking for, copy it into the custom.css file, and modify it that way, without needed to dig around trying to find specific css pages.