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Choosing an Open Source CMS by Nirav Mehta

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Time for action-advancing customization via CSS changes

  1. Open the site in a browser. Using your browser menus, view the HTML source for this page. Locate the HTML code for the left menu. You can do this quickly by searching for Main Menu in the source code. It looks like this in our case.
    Time for action-advancing customization via CSS changes
  2. We can see that this is all HTML and CSS. The menu is generated using the <ul> and <li> tags. The formatting is done via menu, active, and item CSS classes. This means if we edit the CSS file, we can change its appearance.
  3. In the same HTML source view, go to near the top. Locate lines pointing to the CSS files. Our code shows these four templates used by the Jamba ...

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