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A template editor comes with the option of customizing CSS and JAVASCRIPT.

It is allowed to use these options with caution and after performing the required comprehensive tests.

Note: Templates that contain CSS and JAVASCRIPT code are not supported as part of the service’s maintenance and support

Cellosign contains an option to produce CLASS (plural) in the elements: page, section and controller. Also, each controller includes a unique ID for which a CSS tag can be created.

Since Cellosign forms come by standard with accessibility components, to use CSS with caution to avoid overriding existing accessibility functionality. For more details see “Accessibility” section.

Additional highlights:

  • Background images, icons, and media: It is allowed to load different backgrounds as “background-image” in CSS with a path to an external source, or use icons from an external source, but emphasis should be placed on the issue of copyright.
  • It is not recommended to use a font face that is not part of the design content.
  • Cellosign is served in a Bootstrap grid layout, it is recommended to generate CSS code in this framework.

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