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Tech Tip: CSS Override
PRODUCT: 4D Web 2.0 Pack | VERSION: 1.2 | PLATFORM: Mac & Win
Published On: November 6, 2007

PLEASE NOTE: This Tech Tip applies to 4D Web 2.0 Pack version 1.2

4D developers are now more easily able to modify the existing CSS of the 4D Ajax Framework. The file "index.html" now has a call to a new CSS stylesheet called "custom.css." Developers can make any CSS modifications to "custom.css" and those changes will override any existing CSS styling for the framework. This is a convenient and worry-free way to change CSS styling without having to deal with the existing CSS templates. Also, feel free to include and refer to "custom.css" in your pre-existing files from a previous version of the framework. Thanks to the natural way that CSS operates, since "custom.css" is the last stylesheet called it naturally overrides pre-existing CSS. The file "custom.css" can be found in "/dax/dev/."

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