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10 - Making your own CSS Sheet


Questions & Comments

Robert Dixon - 1 year ago

Okay, understand how to override bootstrap, however, I don't understand the "why" of how it is overridden. Is it because the new CSS is placed after the bootstrap.css in the "link" section of my HTML code?

Administrator Tayla Coman - 1 year ago

Hi Robert, sorry for the late reply. You're correct, HTML reads from top to bottom. So when you link the bootstrap first, THEN your own stylesheet, it reads any changes that you make on the stylesheet last, and that is what is applied.

Tom Fitzpatrick - 1 year ago

Hello
I am using the 2017 version of dreamweaver, so my question is: will you be updating your videos any time soon?
It is no great hassle as I can still follow along with your excellent videos, its just that I’m now looking at a screen with a white background whilst you are using a dark screen background which I think is much better.
I have made a website using Adobe Muse (which, unfortunately is now not fit for purpose) and learning Dreamweaver is a whole new ball game, but at least your videos are making a little less painful!
Kind regards
Tom

Administrator Tayla Coman - 1 year ago

Hi Tom, we try update our videos as often as we can, obviously it's a bit hard because there's so many Adobe products being released and updated all the time. I'm in the process of editing the new Dreamweaver update course, however it's just a short run through. We're you interesting in being able to change the background colour of your app?

Richard Roberts - 1 year ago

HI, great videos but the numbering on the videos on the screen goes wrong at 10 Making your own CSS sheet. It has 9 on the video.

Administrator Tayla Coman - 1 year ago

Hi Richard, yes this happened because Daniel realised he missed some content and had to slot it in post production. Everything should still line up however.

Loz - 5 months ago

Hello. when I create a 'main.css' dreamweaver doesn't put it in the css folder with the bootstrap css. So I've moved it over to that folder and I'm getting an alarm message saying ''main.css' is not on the local disk. Get' but I'm not able to click 'Get'.?? How do I fix this?

Loz - 5 months ago

Apologies, I keep posting an issue and then I play around and fix it : ) - I think it was because I didn't have the bootstrap CSS file selected when I clicked new CSS Source - seems to be working fine again. ... As you were : )

Loz - 5 months ago

Nope. Still having issues - Dreamweaver is telling me I can't save the file bootstrap-3.3.7css - it's currently showing with an asterix next to it? How do I proceed if it won't let me override to save?

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