FotoJournal allows you to add Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) rules to your blog, which allows for more dramatic design customization. Here we will assume you are already in the theme editor, with the Custom CSS tab active before beginning. If you are unsure how to get to this point, please consult the Theme Editor overview.
Custom CSS is only available on the Pro plan. Please see our pricing page for more details.
CSS is a programming language that is used to change the appearance of web pages. If you know CSS you can have fine-tuned control over the look of your fotojournal blog by adding any changes into this window. Even if you don’t know CSS, we can help you achieve some of that control. Simply contact us and we’ll be happy to provide some tips.
For a basic rundown of CSS and HTML check out this starting guide http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/011/firstcss
A few common Fotojournal elements to modify (CSS selectors highlighted):
#header: wraps the page header (this includes the header gallery when used on the “Default” layout)
#nav: wraps the main navigation.
#main-menu.menu li: menu items
#content: wraps the main page content (excluding header, nav, and footer)
.post: wraps a post’s content (including title, text, photos, and comments)
h2.post-title: heading for each post
p.post-date: the post’s publish date