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custom styles

I seem to remember being able to use custom styles on paid accounts to display pages much like one would a neocities page. Is there a guide or post somewhere that explains the process?


Aug. 8th, 2018 07:42 pm (UTC)
I thiiink? I have a breakdown somewhere? But it's not an actual tutorial so it's probably a comment lost in the depths of my journal lmao. Basically, you can either create a style or edit one you've already made.

If you want the page to replace an existing page, like your journal's friends page, you'll want to choose the right pageview for that so that you can replace it in the pageview dropdowns you get when you choose an S1 style. Otherwise, if you want to just use it with its generated URL (example) you can choose any pageview. I'd just toss it into Most Recent Events in that case tbh.

The circled areas are the only ones you really need. Choose a view and click create! From there you can click through to edit style where you're gonna see... a lot of overwhelming stuff. Here's the trick: Ignore all of it. Literally just, fuck all of it. It all has a purpose, but we don't it for what we're doing. All you need are the first and last input fields on the page.

You can set a title in the first input box to make finding it on the Edit Styles page easier.

And then the very last textarea is where you put your content!

And that should be all you need!
Aug. 8th, 2018 08:18 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much! As I was digging into advanced mode, I was thinking "I don't remember it being this complex!"
Aug. 8th, 2018 08:26 pm (UTC)
Yeah! It looks like way too much effort until you realize none of the textboxes actually matter for the kind of stuff we usually use them for hahaha. All those other areas have super useful purposes, but I just don't think anyone makes anything that requires them these days.