Obtain two different art-block styles in the same template


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Luca

Posted: 11/27/2011
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It would be nice to duplicate the style of the art-block, changing only the colours of the block itself, assign a new name style like art-block2, and use it on some module (for example in a mod_custom content, typing "art-block2" in "suffix css class" ) to display it like the default art-block, but with a different colour.
I've tried to obtain two art-block styles from two Artisteer generated templates and adjust and merge the css codes in the template css files, but nothing happens: the content is showed with a sort of "art-nostyle" feature.
If the program had this feature inside it would be a cool stuff.
Thanks.
 
Peter S

Posted: 12/10/2011
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Forgive me. I wasn't aware I was dealing with people too lazy to do a little manual work.

Perhaps instead of whining about why Artisteer won't hold your hand and do it all for you you could learn something new? Start at www.w3schools.com

Oh, and what I stated above does work. I've used that exact method several times.
 
Bunthan

Posted: 2/18/2012
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Nowaday at template club, each template comes with several themes/profile for their particular template. I found that the different is more base on color scheme. If artisteer could generate with many color schemes in one template that would be great to have.
 
Eileen
Artisteer Team

Posted: 5/15/2014
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Hi Julie,
the main idea is right - you need different style for the specific code block.
And yes, you need to specify it manually. However you may create new Artisteer project where design the block style you like. After exporting the project you may just copy the style CSS code from the style.css file and paste it into your initial .css file