Add a template for SOPs to make them look attractive

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Add a template for SOPs to make them look attractive

Post by Trannum3487 »

Greetings,
I did not find a way to add a template to SOPs to make them look structure. Although we can achieve that by adding CSS code and that would require to add some selector element to all the existing SOPs to avoid the CSS to get applied to SOPs only not the webpages.
Is there any solution to add a template and use while adding SOPs?
Thank you.
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Re: Add a template for SOPs to make them look attractive

Post by Dave »

Thanks for this suggestion. We will add a selector to the SOP HTML on Wednesday so that you can style it in CSS properly.
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Post by Trannum3487 »

Thank you.
Kindly confirm here once the selector get added for SOPs.
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Re: Add a template for SOPs to make them look attractive

Post by Lyza326 »

You can now use the div class for .sopcontent. I've placed an example below:

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.sopcontent {
    color: red;
    margin-right: 60px;
    margin-left: 100px;
}
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