where the basic info hiding about...
Select the element that you want to adjust these properties for and then go to the Properties Tab. Everything you need is right there. How did you miss that.
If you have not done so yet, we also have a bunch of articles on RLM to help you get more familiar with how the software works. Our Quick Start Guide is very helpful when getting started with Responsive Layout Maker. We recommend taking a look at it as it explains many different parts of RLM.
Can I really go back to RLMP to make these changes. Won't I lose the changes I've made through coffeecup and my css program? I can't afford to lose the changes I've made already. If I do this, where will the changes appear? in main.css? or where?
You NEVER make changes to the main.css. Instead you create a custom.css and link that into all your pages. This way when you export, you don't loose things.
Oh, great. What a messy way to do things. Yes, I remember reading this early on. I even made notes. With the gray on dark gray it's hard to read the RLMP screen. Why can't you make it a lighter grey? I've complained about this earlier on. Well I just as well start from scratch.
That is not a messy way to do things at all! That is how you should be doing things.
I still like to know where the font info is located other than in RLMP. I didn't use RLMP to make the font bigger because I hadn't seen my actual text in the index.html. Once I changed the text to the actual text in coffeecup, I noticed the need. Where is the info in the css files or where else? I still think it's a messy way to make web pages. I've been working on artinharford.org for 7 years. Every month I change text and photos and I may also tweak the layout. I wonder if RLMP is the way to do it.
Again, that is not a messy way to do things at all! That is how you should be doing things. The main.css is where everything is located, but you should never touch that file. Create your own custom.css file and link that into each layout. This will then allow you to create your own styles.
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