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Chris R
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Template Styling 3 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0  
So far so good and now I am modifying some content to be more friendly on the mobile devices rather than assume all my content will automatically look good.

Looking through the installed files I see template/framework/bootstrap.php

Does this mean the template is supporting bootstrap? If so, which version?

I ask this because I tried using some bootstrap css such as below, which did not come out.

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<div class="panel panel-default"> <div class="panel-body">My content</div> </div>
Thanks in advance for your assistance
 
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John Dagelmore
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Re:Template Styling 3 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 74  
Hi Chris,

no please don't misunderstand. That's a PHP file nothing to do with the JS/CSS http://getbootstrap.com/ library

By default Bootstrap is not included and used by Responsivizer.

Cheers,
John
 
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Chris R
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Re:Template Styling 3 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0  
Hi John

Thanks for your quick response.

Therefore, am I to assume that I will need to edit, and include all my own css, in template/css/main.css?

Can I include a custom.css? How can I do this?

Thanks again
 
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John Dagelmore
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Re:Template Styling 3 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 74  
Hi Chris,

you can include all your own custom styles in the main.css that's not a file that is overwritten during updates. I'ts done to hold custom styles.

Cheers,
John
 
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Chris R
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Re:Template Styling 3 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 0  
Brilliant.

Thanks again for the quick response.
 
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Koa Consulting
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Re:Template Styling 2 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0  
On a similar topic... is there a way to have my own CSS file that is automatically loaded? I want to have clean code and have overrides in a separate file. We've seen other extension providers like RocketTheme have a loader that looks for CSS files in the "css" directory in a specific format and loads them accordingly (e.g. custom-responsivizer.css). Any advice would be great. Thanks!
 
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