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Importing Custom Style Sheet

Thread began 10/11/2011 9:16 pm by Martin | Last modified 7/30/2013 12:16 pm by Martin | 2152 views | 24 replies


Importing Custom Style Sheet


I have just created a Power CMS site and I am trying to add a style sheet containing numerous custom classes for my client. From what I have been reading in the HTML editor section this "import" functionality was supposed to be available in 3.02 (which I have installed).

So I open up the contents_update.php file in the admin_cms folder and click on the HTML Editor icon to edit it. Under the styles list preset I choose the edit button and I then expect to choose the import button - but it is greyed out?? When I click on it I get the message that there are no presets or site style lists. Please define your style list then optionally save as a new preset.

Ok, so I take the default style span tag that is in the list and say ok. The dialog asks me to give it a reference name. I choose "test" (the name I gave it). However when I go back in and choose test again, while I do have a choice to import now, I do not have anyway to browse to my existing style sheet. Do I really have to go in and define everything 1 style at a time? With 30 or 40 custom classes, this is going to get tedious really quickly.

Do you have any ideas what I should be doing differently? Am I missing something? After searching I cannot find any instructions in the Getting Started for PowerCMS builder or HTML Editor to handle this...

Your help would be appreciated as always!

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