Applying custom styles to Spry widgets


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Applying custom styles to Spry widgets

With our Accordion styles now added to our secondary styles, we can turn our attention to modifying the look and the feel of our widget. So in this exercise we are going to spend a good bit of time in our CSS. Now don't let that scare you because this is really a great way to get a feel for how our Accordion widget operates. So are going to switch over to shows_secondary.css. That is where we copied all of those Accordion widgets selectors in our last exercise. I am going to scroll up until I find the top of them. And that may take a while.

Now the first thing we want to do-- we have a character set rule there. We really don't need because we are already telling it which encoding characters to use in a previous CSS files. So go ahead and get rid of that. All the SpryAccordion commenting, we are going to leave that. That is great information for you to read through as you're building your own Accordions and we just going to modify and to create some new styles and as we do...

Applying custom styles to Spry widgets
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Applying custom styles to Spry widgets provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics

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