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Adding Styles to the HTML Editor

Thread began 2/08/2010 4:11 pm by christine310921 | Last modified 2/20/2010 2:09 am by christine310921 | 2561 views | 15 replies

christine310921

Styles in Editor

Hi,

I managed to find the edit button so thank you for pointing out that it was in the Property Inspector. I clicked on the edit button and in the editor I clicked Customize besides the Editor preset. Selected the Styling tab and used the browse folder to select the main.css in my site. I then selected one style and hit OK. In the Save Preset dialog box I left this unchecked, clicked ok. The next page was Site Settings. Do I need to do something here. All of this was blank so I just left it and clicked OK. I then re-uploaded the HTMLEditor folder but was not able to see my styles when I logged into the Editor online. This is bound to be something simple I guess but for the life of me I don't know what!!!
Thanks for all the help.

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