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Editing the .css file


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I run a mens designer clothing site, which is obviously seasonal. As we move from the Autumn/Winter collections to Spring/Summer, our black and dark green site looks a little drab. I'm wanting to alter the colours and know this is easily done in the stylesheet.css file


My problem is I'm not familiar with it all and would be making educated guesses, potentially making mistakes and flying blind basically.


Is there a more user friendly way I can do this? Maybe some kind of WYSIWYG editor that's easy to install?


I know I can go through it 'manually' as I've done it before but the site is live and I'd rather get it done quickly.




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If I was going to do something like that, I'd use Firefox and the Web developers toolbar.


It's a far cry from WYSIWYG, but it enables you to edit the CSS (or HTML) for a web page locally, and you see the changes instantly.


I use it here all the time to help people with CSS/HTML problems.

If I suggest you edit any file(s) make a backup first - I'm not perfect and neither are you.


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