quoted value — element classstk-theme_30028__separator_basic_divider, where 30028is the style ID number.
Copy the divider class to use it in step 2.
Galleries and lists are not edited in the Content Design System Manager (CDSM). If an element is not available in CDSM, additional actions will be required:
Create a new post in Setka Editor.
Add the element that you are going to edit into the post.
Open preview by clicking on the corresponding button on the right bar or pressing TAB.
Open developer tools (⌘+⌥+I, CTRL+SHIFT+I, or F12).
Switch to element selection mode and click on an element you want to edit on the preview zone.
Element code will be shown on the Elements panel:
A screenshot of "Developer tools" interface with "Elements" tab with divider code highlighted
hr — element type — horizontal row;
quoted value — element classstk-theme_30028__separator_basic_divider, where 30028 is the style ID number.
Copy the element class and proceed to step 2.
Please note: some elements in Setka consist of several parts. For instance, every gallery button has its own class: slick-prev for the left arrow andslick-next— for the right arrow.
Step 2. Add class into Custom CSS
Now selected classes can be modified with any CSS methods. To add the dashed property to the divider:
Go back to Content Design System Manager: open Setka Account, select Styles on the top bar, then, the style, element of which you wanted to modify.
Scroll the elements list down to the end and click on Custom CSS.
A screenshot of Setka Content Design System Manager interface with "Custom CSS" link highlighted
3. Add a new row. Start it with the dot, then paste the divider class obtained in Step 1:
List any CSS parameters in braces. To make the divider "dashed," add the border property and set its' value to dashed. Set the distance between dashes — 3 pixels, by adding 3px:
A screesnhot of Setka Content Design System Manager Interface showing CSS code added to the "Custom CSS" field in for a style
border: 3px dashed;
Save changes in the Custom CSS and the style.
We recommend checking the Apply the styles to post content only box. If it is active, CSS changes will only affect the content created in Setka Editor, using this style, without affecting other elements of your site.
Please note: you will see the changes from Custom CSS only in the editor and posts. They won't be seen in the CDSM's preview zone.