14. Designing Default Output Individually
Content management systems have the task of managing content in a structured way and outputting it in the same organized form. On the Web, we need HTML code for this output. Now, you know which parts of the code you can determine yourself. But the actual content is output by the system with predefined code. If you are not happy with this output, you can it by using template overrides. Even if you do not want to do so, the default output is part of the template, and it too must be formatted via CSS.
Inspecting the Default Output
To be able to directly influence the design of the default code using CSS, you should know its structure, setup, and the CSS classes used. So you need to have a closer look at ...