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Site style sheet edit feature?

Thread began 9/14/2009 5:04 pm by gpac357497 | Last modified 9/22/2009 6:12 pm by gpac357497 | 1932 views | 11 replies

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Here is my methodology:

1. I create a "what I think I want" style using Sculpter (and it works pretty well)
2. Build a temporary page for verification of style
3. Base a template on that page
4. Base site pages from the template
5. The site has progressed but the overall style needs some tweaking
6. I consider manually changing the style sheet but my working expertise with CSS isn't all that expert - but hold on that's why I bought CSS Sculpter!

I expected Sculpter to be able to read my style sheet (created by CSS Sculpter) and make changes. Why is that too much to ask? Otherwise the process suggests that I have to get it exactly right on the first attempt.

Am I missing something? And please let's keep SiteAssist Professional out of the discussion.

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