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Within the "CE Phoenix 1 0 2 0" the file "user.css" is empty.

I am wondering if there is any good base around in the community to start with
or should i use my old  "stylesheet.css" of the OSC 2.3.4 version ? 

user.ishop.css

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@Philo2005

user.css is intentionally empty. This is where you put all of your CSS code, and since it is the last CSS sheet called, it should override all other CSS code. Ocationally, you may have to use the !important declaration.

There are many new class and style declarations in Phoenix, and your old stylesheet probably will not address these new changes.

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@Philo2005

Most elements should already have been designated a class making it easy to target whatever you wish to change your user.css

Additionally, Bootstrap 4 allows you to conveniently make changes in-line using shorthand utilities and classes. It is super easy once you learn it: https://www.w3schools.com/bootstrap4/bootstrap_utilities.asp

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15 hours ago, peterpil19 said:

@Philo2005

Most elements should already have been designated a class making it easy to target whatever you wish to change your user.css

Additionally, Bootstrap 4 allows you to conveniently make changes in-line using shorthand utilities and classes. It is super easy once you learn it: https://www.w3schools.com/bootstrap4/bootstrap_utilities.asp

Peter

Thank you for the hint. I think I must go to a programing course before I can use this and try over days how this is going to work. 
I was looking for an example "user.css" , I could clone and override items with preferences i like.

 Seems there is no such a standard "user.css" to be used as base.

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29 minutes ago, Philo2005 said:

Thank you for the hint. I think I must go to a programing course before I can use this and try over days how this is going to work. 
I was looking for an example "user.css" , I could clone and override items with preferences i like.

 Seems there is no such a standard "user.css" to be used as base.

user.css is only used to change things that the store owner wants changed, and that may not bee what you want. If you are using Chrome or Firefox as a browser, they both have developer tools that you can use to find elements on a website or even view source code. Search in your browsers addons area to see what they do. I searched for bootstrap 4 themes and found sever for my Phoenix site and uploaded the whole css into the user css which totally changed the lok of the site. What I plan to do later is to remove the bits that I have not marked as changed to reduce the file size.

If you search for css help you will find loads of online reading without the need to go on a course. You can do the same for SEO once you get a site live to save a few bucks. w3schools is good site as the bootstrap one but only use the site for the correct version of bootstrap that you are using.


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25 minutes ago, 14steve14 said:

user.css is only used to change things that the store owner wants changed, and that may not bee what you want. If you are using Chrome or Firefox as a browser, they both have developer tools that you can use to find elements on a website or even view source code. Search in your browsers addons area to see what they do. I searched for bootstrap 4 themes and found sever for my Phoenix site and uploaded the whole css into the user css which totally changed the lok of the site. What I plan to do later is to remove the bits that I have not marked as changed to reduce the file size.

If you search for css help you will find loads of online reading without the need to go on a course. You can do the same for SEO once you get a site live to save a few bucks. w3schools is good site as the bootstrap one but only use the site for the correct version of bootstrap that you are using.

I just found out, that I function in a very old style .. Thanks for the hints. 
Yesterday: Copy and Paste (so do i function)
Today: refer to somewhere else in the internet (:-))

 

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