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  #1  
Old May 30, 2013, 08:17 AM
masmaz
 
38 posts · Apr 2013
hi all
Some settings I have to change. "COL7 ​​{width: 580px}" in the style.css file in / wp-content/uploads/montezuma.

Unfortunately, in the settings of the theme in this part of the admin css does not exist.
If I modify it directly from the file style.css after a while comes back to me with the original setting ...

How can I change it so prmanente??

thanks
max

Code:
.row, .row5, .lw { width: 960px; margin: 0 auto; } 
.row > div, .row5 > div, .row > nav, .row5 > nav { float: left; position: relative; } 


.col1 {width:80px}		.col2 {width:160px}		.col3 {width:240px}		.col4 {width:320px}
.col5 {width:400px}		.col6 {width:480px}		.col7 {width:580px}		.col8 {width:640px}
.col9 {width:720px}		.col10 {width:800px}		.col11 {width:880px}		.col12 {width:960px}


.push1 {left:80px}		.push2 {left:160px}		.push3 {left:240px}		.push4 {left:320px}
.push5 {left:400px}		.push6 {left:480px}		.push7 {left:560px}		.push8 {left:640px}
.push9 {left:720px}		.push10 {left:800px}		.push11 {left:880px}		
.pull1 {right:80px}		.pull2 {right:160px}		.pull3 {right:240px}		.pull4 {right:320px}
.pull5 {right:400px}		.pull6 {right:480px}		.pull7 {right:560px}		.pull8 {right:640px}
.pull9 {right:720px}		.pull10 {right:800px}	.pull11 {right:880px}


.row5 > div {width:192px}
.row5 .push1 {left:192px}	.row5 .push2 {left:384px}	.row5 .push3 {left:576px}	.row5 .push4 {left:768px}
.row5 .pull1 {right:192px}	.row5 .pull2 {right:384px}	.row5 .pull3 {right:576px}	.row5 .pull4 {right:768px}
  #2  
Old May 30, 2013, 10:18 AM
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CrouchingBruin
 
299 posts · Aug 2010
Santa Monica, CA
style.css always gets changed by the settings in the virtual CSS files (from the WP Dashboard, Appearance > Montezuma Options > CSS Files), so you can't edit style.css and expect those changes to remain intact. Read the section under Appearance > Montezuma Options > CSS Settings > Editing CSS, especially the part that explains how to specify an exact custom width. You would put your mod in one of the virtual CSS files, like layout.css or various.css.
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  #3  
Old May 30, 2013, 10:25 AM
masmaz
 
38 posts · Apr 2013
ok I understand

I copy and paste that part of the code is put in the file layout.css or various.css admin?
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Old May 30, 2013, 10:51 AM
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CrouchingBruin
 
299 posts · Aug 2010
Santa Monica, CA
Yes. All of the settings in the CSS Files section (under Montezuma Options) are used to create the style.css file, so you should make changes there. One major advantage is if you ever need to upgrade the theme to a newer version, your changes won't get lost because they are saved in a database table instead of a static theme file.
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Old May 30, 2013, 10:58 AM
masmaz
 
38 posts · Apr 2013
perfect thanks for your help

max

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