Themes can be created and edited in the "Themes" section of the left-hand navigation. After a theme has been created, it can be applied to a page by using the "Theme" dropdown in the Style pulldown menu at the top of the screen. As with banners, you can also bulk-apply a Theme to an entire group of pages by using the "Bulk Style" option on a parent page in the left-hand navigation.
Creating and Editing Themes
To create or edit a Theme, go to the "Themes" section of the left-hand navigation. Select an existing Theme to edit, or click "Add New Theme" to create a new one. Be sure to give your new Theme a unique name.
There are three ways to associate CSS files with a Theme.
- External Assets - Use the External Assets field to link to a CSS file, font file or other asset that is NOT hosted on your site. Be sure to include the full link to whatever you want to add, including the "http://" at the beginning of the URL.
- CSS Assets - If you have a new CSS file that you want to use on your site, you can upload it to a folder in File Manager using the green "+" button next to the "CSS Assets" section. Note that each successive file you upload will take precedence over the ones uploaded previously - in other words, the CSS definitions at the bottom of the list will be prioritized over those higher up in the list.
- Form Stylesheet - If you want to apply CSS rules to any Form Element, the corresponding CSS file must be uploaded here. (Definitions uploaded to the "CSS Assets" field cannot be applied to Form Elements.)