Customizing Widgets Using CSS
Your website looks exactly the way you want. Now you want to use Easy Database for Websites, but make sure it matches your existing design.
When building widgets inside of Easy Database for Websites, you have the choice to pick from predefined color palettes. If those colors don’t work for you — or you want to do further customizations — don’t worry. Fortunately, Easy Database for Websites is flexible and lets you style widgets using CSS.
CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, controls the look and formatting of Web pages. It can be used to specify things like fonts, colors, and site layout.
This customizing requires knowledge of CSS. So, if you are unfamiliar with CSS you might want to check out http://webdesign.about.com , http://w3schools.com or look for a book about CSS and Web design.
Easy Database for Websites provides CSS classes that are assigned to the HTML generated by the widgets. These classes let you use CSS to target and style the widgets any way you want. For more information on Easy Database for Website CSS classes, click here. You can also check out example scripting here.
Here’s an example of using CSS to organize the checkboxes in multiple columns:
Here’s an example of using CSS to create a two column layout:
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