Hi @Christian_Findlay you are missing read-only link in first place, secondly it looks to me that you are trying to customise RTE. If it is RTE you are trying modified please refer to WF documentation or search this forum with appropriate keywords.
When posting please:
Share your project’s Read-Only link AND live site’s Published link
Go to the body element for your page, then look near the styles textbox where you can create/apply classes. There should be a blurb about the body element inheriting 1 selector. If you click that, it will show the styles that your body inherits from, including the “Body (All Pages)” style. Select that style. This is where you would make changes to affect all body elements on your site. It’s a bit bizzare how they have this laid out.
Thanks. Yes, I have done this up to the last part, which is where I took a screenshot of the above Body (All Pages). But I can’t edit anything. It’s just a read-only view of the CSS, as you can see above.
@webdev I’ve been trying to figure out how to modify styles for days. This is how I ended up changing something, but I have no idea what I changed. I ended up having to restore the whole site and redo everything.
Please include your site’s Read-Only Share Link with your question.
A read-only link allows the community to view your project without making any edits to it and help diagnose your issue or provide feedback.
Just as you would inspect/write the code you produce in an editor like visual studio, a web developer inspects the code of a published site by using a browsers devtools. From there you can see what CSS styles are affecting which elements you inspect. Webflow has base styles for many elements which you can override. I won’t bother trying to teach a lesson on CSS in a blog post, as there are more thorough references available online. MDN is the gold standard. When it comes to implementing styles in the designer, I recommend you watch / read the tutorials in the University.
But, here’s the kicker: it doesn’t allow me to edit the CSS directly. It seems to do some weird translation from REM to PX. When I changed the value to 1.25 REM, the CSS does change, but it bumps the PX up to an unexpected absolute value.
@webdev what I am trying to do is directly edit the CSS. I do not want the CMS getting in the way and doing translations into CSS. Is there any way to directly edit the CSS? Or, is that sealed off from me?