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Cascading Style Sheets

Modifying standard .css files and classes allows you to change the look and feel of the user interface. This is more efficient than creating new ones because it allows you to apply changes to all Web templates that reference a particular .css class. Creating new .css files and classes would require you to also modify each Web template that needed to reference the new class. Keep in mind that changes to standard .css files are not automatically upgraded. For this reason it is good practice to keep the number of modified templates and .css files to as few as possible. This will help minimize the effort required to upgrade to future releases.

For more information on cascading style sheets, see Siebel Tools Reference.

 Configuration Guidelines 
 Published: 18 April 2003