Thanks for the speedy feedback, Alec!asmecher wrote:Hi silurius,
Stylesheets are loaded in the following order:
For example, when viewing an article, all of the above are loaded if they're available -- common.css, the journal's custom stylesheet, the stylesheet for the issue the article appears in, and finally the article's stylesheet, in that order.
- common.css site-wide stylesheet
- Journal stylesheet (as per Setup, step 5), if viewing a journal
- Issue-specific CSS, if viewing an issue
- Article-specific CSS, if viewing an article
The site-wide common.css stylesheet is always loaded, but because it's loaded first, any styles defined in it will be overridden by styles with the same name in, for example, the journal stylesheet. Therefore you should be able to customize the look and feel as selectively as you want, without needing to modify or remove the common.css file.
Open Journal Systems Team
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