Uploading Your Own Custom CSS

You can manually overwrite the style of your website template by uploading a custom Cascading Style Sheet (CSS).

The use of custom CSS is intended for experienced users only, as you will need a good understanding of how CSS works. Always take a backup of your CSS file as this is not saved elsewhere.

To start with, you will need to create a new CSS file on your computer called "custom.css". This is the file that you should use to make any changes to the CSS on your website template.

It is recommended that you download the popular "Web Developer" plugin for Firefox, as this will help you understand the elements on your SubHub website which you can apply CSS style to.

If you don't already have it, you can download it from here: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/60

Once you have finished editing your custom.css, you can then upload it via the "Design Templates" page. You may also upload any image files that you reference to in your CSS, via the same upload menu.

NB: Whenever you upload a "custom.css" file, it will automatically overwrite the previous version.

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