Knowledgebase:
Readytheme reference guide to CSS
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This is a list of the CSS files used within Readythemes:
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normalize.css: This is a basic reset file. Editing is not recommended.


base.css: This contains some additional resets and baselines not facilitated by normalize.css. Editing is not recommended.


scaffolding.css: This contains the classes to set the grid layout of your site. It also contains various breakpoints to facilitate your responsive layout. Editing is not recommended.


typography.css: This contains a collection of typographical elements your site may consist of such as headings, links, and various font settings. Updates here have a global impact on your site.


buttons.css: This sets the basic styles to be applied to buttons and elements you would like to look like buttons. Updates here have a global impact on your site.


fonts.css: This contains any "@font-face" calls you are using on your site. Editing is only necessary if you wish to add additional fonts.


forms.css: This sets the basic styles to be applied to forms within your site. Updates here have a global impact on your site.


tables.css: This sets the basic styles to be applied to tables within yout site. Updates here have a global impact on your site.


colors.css: This is a list of basic border colors, background colors, and font colors you can assign to elements in your site. Updates here have a global impact on your site.


helpers.css: This is a catch-all of classes which you can assign to elements to help with padding, margining, visibility, etc. Editing should not be necessary but making additions is advised if needed.


structure.css: This defines the layout of your site in terms of the over all layout. Updates here have a global impact on your site.


pages.css: This is where you will define classes to be used for global page elements as well as page specific elements. Updates here may have a global impact on your site.


print.css: This is a basic set of style adjustments to make prining of pages easier. Editing is not recommended.

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