3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 26, 2017 8:33 AM by c.pfaffenbichler

    Classes in Photoshop [Is there an equivalent to CSS classes in Ps?]

    openskies2009 Level 1

      In CSS there is a way to define a class which it will effect all layers applied to it, even when the layer or class is changed.

      Example, I could have a class boarder on a photo that is 2pt width and a gradient and apply it to fifteen photos. All that I would need to do if I wanted the boarder to be 4pt instead of 2pt is change the class updating all the fifteen photos instantly.

      Within photoshop, my understanding is I would have to manually go back to those fifteen photos and update them one by one..

      Does photoshop support such classes?

       

      There is support for CSS but it deals with generating outputted code.