1 Reply Latest reply on May 3, 2014 10:12 AM by jbowden

    That little 'c' button

    GraphicsGeezer Level 1

      Somewhere I read, either in this forum or some other site that there's a little 'C' button that lets you assign classes to text. That would presumablly mean I can assisgn classes to text when it's selected in Edge.

       

      Does anybody know how it works?

       

      Presumably it means the text in Edge can have a class assigned to it, and the class can be defined in an external style sheet.

       

      Here is a style rule I added to the html file Edge produces

       

      .bodytext{

          color:red;

      }

       

      And here is the button showing the class entered.

       

      Any help appreciated

       

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        • 1. Re: That little 'c' button
          jbowden Adobe Employee

          Hi there,

           

          A couple things:

          1. Make sure you've linked the stylesheet in your composition HTML file
          2. For properties like color, you need to specify "important" rule to override Animate's color property on the text element - for instance:

           

          .bodytext{

              color:red !important;

          }

           

          hth,

          Joe