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    Posted: 13 Jan 2020 at 14:50
Why did I ask for the location of the member to mention in the VisiteCard?

Not only that each nationality speaks a slightly different english langugage tune,
and how to answer according to that type (italian ist slightly different from french and german).
Sometimes it needs even a special 'translation'.
It also serves the purpose of broader distribution of OpenElement -
which is a very efficient tool for creating Websites!

And there ist still something to be done with that tool.
So far I could not figure out how to nest styles.
And lot of more handling-information should/could be added - for beginners especially.

So, please add your destination/origin in your VisiteCard.



Edited by digizar - 13 Jan 2020 at 18:45
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What do you call nesting styles?
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Originally posted by Hobby001 Hobby001 wrote:

What do you call nesting styles?
That one could create another CSS/Style (by expansion, modification), based on any existing one.
Like Layers.
At least I didn't find such possibility. Or I'm just too dump to find one, yet.
Not to worry about now, though.

I also miss a *Placeholder*-element (like a dummy), replaceble with real content.
Originated in a layer, with the possibility to change the content (link, ...) on any real page, that uses this layer.
Or at least I coundn't find an equivalent so far.
But again, not to care about right now. May be for future expansion of OE.


After 12 years of VStudio development as freelancer, I would be able to contribute to OE, but I don't have any information how to accomplish such task.


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in a new project open the base layer or create a new one.

Click on the Source Code button.

Click on the "+"  to create a new code block

Give it a name : "My own styles"

Type should be CSS

Position Header.

Click on Behavior, click on "Execute in the editor"

In the text editor add:


.GenericBorder{
border-color:red;
border-style:solid;
border-width:2px;
}


Then save the layer.

Create a new page using this layer

Add a group of elements

Under Properties, Expert, Custom Classes add: GenericBorder

Save the page and preview it you will see that the group of element have a red border.  Adding GenericBorder to any element will assign the styles.



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