This is your editor for customising the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) of your page, which is linked to all of your site. What CSS allows you to do, is pick the way your site looks aesthetically; you can pick colours and backgrounds of your site and of your fonts as well as to change them around for specific areas.
To edit the CSS, click on the "Edit CSS" button on the advanced strip, and it will bring you to an embedded CSS editor.
There are a few fundamentals that we will go through here, but the power CSS cannot all be explained here, this is merely to get you started, as CSS is a mini programming language in its own right.
This section of CareAbout is designed for users with advanced knowledge of web design, or company's that have their own IT resource.
Here are a few pointers to get users started with the process.
Your CSS editor is a collection of definitions, which will tell the page what something should look like when it uses a particular definition. This saves having to code styles into the HTML itself and can be classed as a form of web site opitmisation.
Here are a few pointers to get you started in the world of CSS:
color - changes the colour of your text of which you will need to input either hex code (#000000) or common color names, such as "blue", "red", "navy" etc.
background - changes the your background colour of either your boxes or your text backings.
text-decoration - underlines your text amongst other things.
If you are unfamiliar with CSS and need help styling your site or are not quite sure what the limitations of CSS are, please give us a call for assistance.