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DuoSmart Grafisk Design
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[RESOLVED]Styling mobile template Karma: 2  
Hi,
I have just bought the responsivizer and installed it on a site.
Everything works fine but I want to make som echanges to the css for header colours, with of footer text etc.
I have tried using Firebug for Firefox and Chrome but as it is an iframe I can't find the source for the CSS stylings.
How can I find the rules that define all styling?

Looking forward to your reply.

Best regards
LAMF
 
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John Dagelmore
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Re:Styling mobile template Karma: 79  
Hello,

you can use the integrated editor to edit styles in the main css file named main.css.
The template is located in the default joomla templates folder however.

If you need to preview your mobile site on your PC, you can append this string to urls: ?template=responsivizer
In this way you can easily debug for example using Firebug every style on your mobile pages.

If it's not a production site you can also consider to enable the plugin setting to switch always to mobile template, this let you fully navigate and debug the responsive template also on desktop pc.

Best regards

John
 
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DuoSmart Grafisk Design
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Re:Styling mobile template Karma: 2  
Hi John,
Thanks that's all I needed to know, the magic little add on to the URL

Cheers
Micke
 
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