Changes in CSS files being undone

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3 years 5 months ago #9270 by prospector
prospector created the topic: Changes in CSS files being undone
Hi, I've just bought this template and am very impressed by its capability.

One problem - there are certain design changes that can't be made using the EF4 framework (eg J2 store issues, depth of breadcrumbs bar etc), so I made the changes in the relevant CSS file as revealed by Firebug. This worked fine, until I made a different layout change in EF4, and the site reverted to the way it was before I made the CSS file changes.

How do I make the CSS file changes permanent?

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3 years 5 months ago #9275 by magdalena
magdalena replied the topic: Changes in CSS files being undone
Hi.
I suggest You to override less files. The best way is adding styles to custom.less file.
Go to Your template/less/custom.less. If file doesn't exist, add it.
More about custom.less file: www.joomla-monster.com/blog/joomla-templ...-joomla-3-0-template :)

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3 years 5 months ago #9277 by prospector
prospector replied the topic: Changes in CSS files being undone
Thanks. It's working great now.

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3 years 5 months ago #9279 by magdalena
magdalena replied the topic: Changes in CSS files being undone
I'm glad I can help.
Have a nice day.

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