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01 Oct, 2010 06:05 PM

In previous versions of Cascade, setting the CSS file for a site would allow the editor to get some sense of what their final page should look like. I'm not sure when/how it changed, but I noticed today that this is no longer the case.

Is this a bug, or was there a name convention change I'm unaware of?

(note: I understand how to create/set individual styles that a user can select. I'm primarily interested in showing my users the difference between a h4 tag and bold...in the WYSIWYG editor they look the same, but the view screen will look different when our CSS is applied).

Thank you!

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Tim on 04 Oct, 2010 04:13 PM

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    In order for the styles in the drop down to be applied in the editor (in Edit mode), the CSS Classes listed in the Site Edit interface must have corresponding classes in the CSS File that was selected. Can you verify that a CSS file has been provided to the Site and that it contains the same classes that you have specified in the CSS Classes field?

  2. Charlie Holder closed this discussion on 05 Aug, 2011 09:25 PM.

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