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Spotlight: CSS Injector Module

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    with Addison Berry
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    The basic look and feel of your website
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    is determined by the Drupal theme.
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    And the theming layer is very, very flexible
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    in terms of changing everything about how your site looks.
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    But sometimes, you just want to tweak little bits here and there,
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    and you can just use CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets,
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    to make little, minor changes to how something looks without necessarily
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    having to dig into the entire theme.
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    So in this lesson we're going to take a look at the CSS Injector

Spotlight: CSS Injector Module

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Drupal’s theming system gives designers complete control over how a site’s content is rendered for a web browser, and custom themes can give any site a distinctive look. But sometimes it’s useful to make minor tweaks to a site’s appearance using nothing but CSS rules. They allow designers to tweak font sizes, colors, and so on without altering the underlying HTML that defines the site’s structure. In this lesson we'll look at:

  • CSS Injector module
  • Explain how this works