There are two section of css: structure css files and design css files.
The structure css files determine the container layout of the site and the size of the containers. For example, the sidebar is a container and the existence of and the width of the sidbebar (and all containers) is defined in the structure level css files. You DO NOT have access to these files.
The design css files, on the other hand, are completely exposed to you and you have full control over them. If you have qualified CSS/design resources on your team, you can dramatically alter your website's css through these css files. To view and edit these files:
- Log into the admin panel
- Go to Website
- Click Site Configuration
- Click the Styles tab
- You should see the basic css editing screen, which allows anyone to edit basic formats such as Headers.
- In the bar at the top, click the link for Advanced
- You will now see all the css files that drive the graphical look of your site. As long as you understand css design, you can customize this as you wish.
Please Note: Once you edit any of your css files, we will no longer support that in your standard support. It is easy to make mistakes when editing css files directly. If you require support after you have edited any css file, it is billed as custom technical services, hourly.