Advanced Styling

This screen allows you to alter aspects of the Skin Style of your website.

The options are as follows:

Skin Style Type

This defines the overall skin-style of your website.

Changing the selection will show a thumbnail image of what your site might look like using this style.

If you choose ** Custom CSS**, then your site will use the styles defined in the Custom CSS section below.

Custom skin-styles should be developed to the standards set within the Freemasons Web CSS Development Guide.

Custom Header HTML

This option allows you add additional HTML code to the header of your pages.

Use this option if you wish to "tweak" the styling of your page (i.e. change certain colours, text sizing, or spacing); or to include some custom java-script code.

Note: Be sure to use valid HTML here - mistakes in this section could cause your site to show errors within a browser.

Custom CSS

This section is used to specify your own custom style-skin.

If you choose a skin-style of ** Custom CSS**, then your site will use the styles defined in this section.

Custom skin-styles should be developed to the standards set within the Freemasons Web CSS Development Guide.

Editor CSS

If you are using your own Custom CSS skin-style, then this section allows you to specify the CSS styles to be used within the WYSIWYG editors.

Additional Menu HTML

Any additional HTML to be inserted after your menu can be put here. This will be put directly after the list of menu items on the navigation bar.

Alternative Skin Style Type

FreemasonsWeb allows you to specify an alternative skin-style for use in certain pages.

This can be useful if you are an English Constitution Lodge website with a page for your Royal Arch Chapter for example.

To activate this skin-style for a particular page, use the "Use Alternative Skin" option within the Page Editor.