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Now You Can Edit CSS 3 Codes of Your ENO Website from HTML Editor
  • Last Updated September 16, 2016 at 9PM

CSS is the abbreviated form of Cascading Style Sheet which describes the way HTML elements on your website are displayed. CSS manages layout of a bunch of web pages simultaneously and in this way, lots of work can be saved. The most recent standard of CSS program is CSS 3 which is fully compatible with all the previous versions. The biggest sensation of the latest version is the addition of modules that ensure quick approval and implementation of commands. Some of the most important CSS3 Modules are as follow:

 

  • User Interface
  • Multiple Column Layouts
  • Selectors
  • Backgrounds
  • Borders
  • Box Model
  • Text Effects
  • Image Values
  • Animations
  • 2D/3D Transformations

 

If you are using ENOSITE’s template based website, you have an edge over others because ENOSITE brings a large variety of industry based templates which are supported with CSS file programming. In fact this is what makes these websites look and feel greater from every angle. Once you choose a template as per your specific requirement, you don’t have to make anymore changes. However, you are allowed to make necessary changes if you want.

 

With CSS Editor, a widget of ENOSITE Web Development System, you can change whatever you want from style to color and everything in between. One most important thing to keep in mind is that CSS files are like all other program files and if you are editing these files, you must keep backup files so you can revert to the original look and feel in case you don’t like to keep the changes that you have already made to your site.

 

How To Edit A CSS File?

 

When you are ready to edit CSS files associated with your website template, you simply need to access ENOSite CSS Editor from main menu.  The editor will show you standard CSS files such as:

 

  • Base.css
  • Color.css
  • Flexslidecss
  • Font.css
  • Inner.css
  • Style.css
  • Photo.css
  • Responsive.css
  • Others

 

You need to select the file, make necessary changes and save. Once you are done with editing and saving, you just need to refresh your browser and the latest changes can be seen in effect. The process is absolutely simple which does not require you to hire a developer or a designer but you can do everything on your own. However, as mentioned above, you should always save a backup file before implementing any changes to the original ones.

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