Now that we are clear about what parts can be customized with CSS, let's make an attempt to use it in practice. Firstly, we will need the code from the example in the previous chapter. If you look at the code appendix, you will see some files starting with
js files are exactly the same as we used in the last chapter. In this example, all the magic will take place in the
If you take a look at the
html file, you can see our custom
css file is declared after the official
css file. This was done due to the phenomenon called CSS specificity. If two CSS file declarations are made to the same element with the same specificity, the order of the declarations will define the styling. ...