Have you looked in the file: pageName_edge.js? This would be in the same folder as the rest of your Edge files. Edge combines both css and js files for speed...
If i'm correct, edge uses the js files to write the css to the page. If you need the actually CSS file, you might need to pluck out the properties from the js files
Yes i see it. The the tutorials i've been going through all specify that edge generates an external css file. In fact, they demonstrate this by showing the hireachy of each file. This must have changed since preview 7 UGH!
Thanks for the reply!
Actually, we haven't generated a separate CSS for quite a long time - at least Preview 5, if memory serves correctly. Sorry for the confusion!
No worries! I love Edge Animate. I simply need to sift through outdated tutorials. So should I put custom styles in the .js file or create a new one? If I need to create a new one, how do I get edge to recognize it
I know this has been answered, but I'm curious - is there a specific reasoning behind not separating the CSS from the HTML. For those who don't mess with code, they'll never care. For those who do use code, I'd argue it's standard practice to separate your markup from your styles.
Thanks for EA!