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CMS for CSS Styles questions..

Thread began 10/11/2012 12:14 pm by Christopher West | Last modified 10/17/2012 8:23 am by Christopher West | 2480 views | 18 replies

Christopher WestCommunity Expert

Well I did think that. The CSS table will have something like 40 fields which relate to 40 CSS properties. I just need to give the client as much control of the CSS styles of their website as much as possible and figured that by putting the css properties in one single table at least would be more organised then say having a "logo" table with around 40 CSS properties (but then only a few would actually be used for the Logo).

Another approach I thought would be to have a logo table which then links to another table that then stores the ID for a CSS table which is more compacted, like....

Table Logo

Table Linking

Then this approach would mean that the Logo Table may use say 5 records from the Linking table...would this be less bloated approach??


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