Custom CSS

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Advanced" > "Code"

This area allows you to manually code extra CSS for your blog – loaded last after all other styles are applied by selections made in ProPhoto’s interface.

We advise that this area be used for custom CSS because modifying ProPhoto’s code directly isn’t supported.

If you know how to look up CSS classes and IDs from the HTML markup of your site, and you understand how to write CSS code, feel free to experiment here. But be aware that you should test your changes in several browsers and on mobile devices to make sure everything behaves as expected.  Extra styling added here is stored in the database, and written to an external stylesheet so changes will not be overwritten when you upgrade your ProPhoto theme.

NOTE: Only enter content into these area if 1) The ProPhoto team has instructed you to do so, or 2) you are certain that you know what you are doing. Nearly every other styling decision can be achieved using the options ProPhoto already provides.

If adding code to this area causes problems with your blog, come back and delete it.

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Advanced" > "Code"

This area allows you to manually code extra CSS for your blog – loaded last after all other styles are applied by selections made in ProPhoto’s interface.

We advise that this area be used for custom CSS because modifying ProPhoto’s code directly isn’t supported.

If you know how to look up CSS classes and IDs from the HTML markup of your site, and you understand how to write CSS code, feel free to experiment here. But be aware that you should test your changes in several browsers and on mobile devices to make sure everything behaves as expected.
Extra styling added here is stored in the database, and written to an external stylesheet so changes will not be overwritten when you upgrade your ProPhoto theme.

NOTE: Only enter content into these area if 1) The ProPhoto team has instructed you to do so, or 2) you are certain that you know what you are doing. Nearly every other styling decision can be achieved using the options ProPhoto already provides.

If adding code to this area causes problems with your blog, come back and delete it.


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