Why do the default templates have two .css files?

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8 months 21 hours ago #155029 by Magnar
Magnar created the topic: Why do the default templates have two .css files?
Hello everyone,

this is probably a trivial question but I keep wondering about it: why do the default templates have two .css files instead of one? Is the template.css meant to provide fundamental declarations while the other .css file builds/extends upon it? Or is it something else entirely?

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8 months 20 hours ago - 8 months 20 hours ago #155030 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Why do the default templates have two .css files?
Hi, Magnar,
it's the other way around.
The (e.g.) "flat and modern.css" contains the general bootstrap stuff.
You will see if you compare to bootstrap.css or other themes like cerulean, yeti or so.

This way it is rather easy to change the styling. I used one of the bootstrap themes which you find in " www.bootswatch.com " together with the "template.css".


The "template.css" contains the LS specific styles.

And here you are to add your individual stylings.

Best regards
Joffm
Last Edit: 8 months 20 hours ago by Joffm. Reason: Ergänzung
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8 months 20 hours ago - 8 months 20 hours ago #155035 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: Why do the default templates have two .css files?
Also, template.css is loaded last so takes precedence over other style sheets and it should be used for template customizations.

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Tony Partner
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Last Edit: 8 months 20 hours ago by tpartner.
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8 months 3 hours ago - 8 months 3 hours ago #155049 by Magnar
Magnar replied the topic: Why do the default templates have two .css files?
Ah, I see. Thanks for the quick replies, guys! So the template.css should contain all user customizations while the other .css file should be left untouched due to the bootstrap settings and all?
Last Edit: 8 months 3 hours ago by Magnar.

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8 months 3 hours ago #155051 by tammo
tammo replied the topic: Why do the default templates have two .css files?
Exactly. Although you are completely free to also change that. It will also work. But updating will be more difficult then.


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