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1 week 5 days ago #136429 by rmarcant
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Is there a listing somewhere of all the CSS styles used on the default shop that I can copy and paste the styling I want that matches my website styles?

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1 week 5 days ago #136430 by Giang Dinh Truong
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Dear rmarcant,

Please go to EShop -> System -> Configuration -> Custom CSS code to add your CSS code there to style elements in EShop as the way that you want.

Hope that this is useful.

Sincerely, Giang

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1 week 5 days ago #136431 by rmarcant
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That's not what i asked. I know where the CSS code additions are to be added in eshop. I asked "Is there a listing somewhere of all the CSS styles used on the default shop"

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1 week 12 hours ago #136507 by Remedium Pro
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Hi rmarcant
CSS is strongly related to the templates/styles and other components such as (T3, Megamenu, modules etc. etc) used by you.

You might find some information in server directories
/public_html/(domaindirectory)/components/com_eshop/themes/(yourtemplate)/css
/public_html/(domaindirectory)/templates/(yourtemplate)/css

However, since this never tells you the "full story" I highly recommend to use the developer tools which can be started via F12 (Firefox & Chrome). Doing this you can easily locate referring CSS files and also see all CSS declarations.

Hope this helps
cheers

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