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Dreamweaver CS6 Mobile and Web Development with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery Mobile by David Karlins

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Chapter 9. Customizing Themes with ThemeRoller

At this stage of our journey, we've explored the structuring of basic and more complex jQuery Mobile pages with Dreamweaver CS6. What's missing? Style! We haven't yet customized fonts, font colors, backgrounds, and all the other things that we learned to do with CSS stylesheets in the early chapters of this book.

But normal CSS styling rules apply only in a very limited sense when we are styling jQuery Mobile pages. Why? Because jQuery Mobile pages rely on a centralized, and rather massive CSS stylesheet file. The file includes five sets of color scheme swatches. In this chapter, you'll learn to apply those color swatches in Dreamweaver CS6.

But five sets of color scheme swatches are not many. In order ...

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