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Any way to edit css/less codes from cpanel?

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rijans

Any way to edit css/less file from cpanel other than DMS editor or Pagelines editor on dashboard?


.....Being a code noob, I want highest control as much as possible! What a mismatch! ......

.......Feeling Rockstar with DMS! .......

....I believe there's nothing like DMS....

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batman

Hi rijans

 

I use for this a Danny´s Child Theme, this works fine to me in all update and adding CSS rules

https://github.com/Dannyholt/skeleton

 

You can install the .zip like a theme in your dashboard > themes > upload

and the copy/paste yours CSS rules in the style.css

http://screencast.com/t/sZXzimY7x


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rijans

Thank you Batman. Will try it!


.....Being a code noob, I want highest control as much as possible! What a mismatch! ......

.......Feeling Rockstar with DMS! .......

....I believe there's nothing like DMS....

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rijans

Will installing it break my current configuration, customizations and looks? I am confused and worried. Currently using DMS 1.1.8


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.......Feeling Rockstar with DMS! .......

....I believe there's nothing like DMS....

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batman

HI rijans

You need to copy your CSS rules in the style.css like i wrote up.


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Okay. Got it!


.....Being a code noob, I want highest control as much as possible! What a mismatch! ......

.......Feeling Rockstar with DMS! .......

....I believe there's nothing like DMS....

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batman

Hi rijans

Don´t worry if this don´t work you can go to the original Theme.

Please, you make a back up ALWAYS.

;)

 


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