# classes in style.css

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9/6/2005 2:26:10 PM
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# classes in style.css

Now that I'm working with the new skins can you tell me, what do the classes in the style.css that have the # in front of them do? I'm not a css expert so forgive me if that’s a dumb question.  I know that in a lot of programming languages # is a comment. Anyway now that I've worked with the new system for about 3 hours (I'm a slow worker) I have my test site mostly re-skinned with the new style and I think its great.

 

 

 

Nice work and Thanks!

 

Phil

 

 

9/6/2005 2:37:30 PM
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Re: # classes in style.css

Hi Phil,

The # means it refers to an actual id of an element so it applies the style to the element that has that id.

So for example you see #wrapwebsite and #wrapheader, which refers to particular div elements in the skin that have the id wrapwebsite and wrapheader.

Cheers,

Joe
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