Front Office CSS Javascript guide

Front Office supports Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) which is a style sheet language used for describing the look and formatting of a website written in a markup language.
Front Office 7.3 introduced the functionality to manage ‘Themes via the UI’. Many aspects of the Front Office theme can be altered via the Administration area (Administration->Settings->Theme), without the need to update a CSS file override. This includes the banner, the various color bars and the service catalog / bundle styling.
This is the preferred method of customizing the ‘look and feel’ of the site and offers much more stability on upgrade. It is recommended that this option is exhausted before looking at applying CSS changes as outlined in this document.
The ability to amend further visual elements within the product was added in Front Office 8.2 with the ability to update CSS settings via a tab in the administration UI (this replaces z-overide.css).
This document contains some common CSS options that have been applied to Front office implementations to enhance the overall UI.

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