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Thread began 3/02/2011 11:34 am by johnffrench314542 | Last modified 10/28/2011 5:04 am by johnffrench314542 | 1658 views | 8 replies


Cannot add own styles in Power CMS Builder

Tried the tutorial in this thread from a while back, and it does work.
However, managing CSS styles via javascript files would require hours of work, as the project I am using this for has 40 styles in two sheets, so 80 styles. To manually add them all in .js format defeats the purpose of having style sheets altogether - namely, to make one file control the whole site. This makes mutliple files and to change a style requires even more work. Surely, there must be a way to reference a style sheet and have it appear in the editor?

To us, this is a game killer to use for clients, as it makes everyone's work harder and so we won't use this product until it has CSS standards. Unfortunately, its too late to return the software. Any suggestions?

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