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CSS file for "checkout.php"

Thread began 4/10/2010 3:54 pm by rikaG_510 | Last modified 4/12/2010 7:10 am by neilo | 700 views | 2 replies |


CSS file for "checkout.php"


I'm trying to modify the design of my checkout.php page.
I see all these class names;


It seems the css file wasn't generate when the page was created...?
(I can not file them through DW's css panel either.)

Or maybe I'm not looking well enough.
Although there are only my css files that are linked to the page, so it doesn't look they're there...

I could tag with my own class names, but I should just in case ask whether I missed anywhere specific to look for these class names.

Thank you for you help!


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Possible Solution

Try selecting any element on the checkout page and then selecting "current" on the CSS Styles panel. All the .eC_ class selectors will show up for you. Give it a try.

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Dave's right - it will help you loads in the future to keep an eye of the CSS Styles panel for the info you need (and a quick way to change it).

Having selected any element in the page's form, you can also right-click on any style in the CSS Styles panel, or right click on the 'About' info bar just below the 'Current' styles, and select 'Go to Code'.

This will open the stylesheet in 'split' view. (The name of the stylesheet will be highlighted in the associated files bar too).

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