Hi, is that possible to write css style in object tag

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Yes concrete5 is really good to build website easyly but i need to write css style inline like bottom

<a href="#" style="concrete's css code">Sample Link</a>

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Blenderite replied on at Permalink Reply
Blenderite
Are you wanting this to apply to only one link or a bunch of links?
dwather replied on at Permalink Reply
Thanx for reply. Not only links, i want to customize every element's css but not from linked css i want to change element's css with inline style="" property.
PineCreativeLabs replied on at Permalink Reply
PineCreativeLabs
Are you trying to make certain elements on your page look like the Concrete interface?

If so, there is a magical FREE addon available that can help you with this:

http://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons/load-jquery-ui/...

This addon forces the core Concrete user interface (both jquery and CSS styles) to load for the page view.

I hope this helps.
dwather replied on at Permalink Reply
Not like that, i did not mean this. Thanx for reply. i want to customize every element's css but not from linked css i want to change element's css with inline style="" property.
PineCreativeLabs replied on at Permalink Reply
PineCreativeLabs
One option would be to use the HTML block.

Or, if you are using the standard Content block, you will want to first set the WYSIWYG editor setting to advanced in the dashboard (if you haven't already done s). Then, when you add a content block, you can use the HTML option to edit the code.

If you are using any other type of block, click on the "Design" option, and you will see that you can add your own custom CSS this way as well.
JohntheFish replied on at Permalink Reply
JohntheFish
You can do a certain amount by adding styles to block design.

If you want to get more complex or more targetted, you could just write html blocks and put style attributes in the content in the html block.

Another solution is my Style Quickie block. I often use it to add some very targetted styling to elements of a page or to override a few aspects of a theme that would not otherwise be configurable.