The custom.css file allows you to customize the appearance of Mainsail without the need of rebuilding it. All you need to do is to place a file named “custom.css” into the configuration directory “.theme” and define your css rules in there.
You need to be familiar with the CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) syntax. There are many resources to learn CSS online, for example:
Use your browser’s built-in developer tools to find the right selector of the element you want to add your own flair to.
Open the developer tools:
right click anywhere on the page and select “inspect” (or F12 on the keyboard)
- Activate the “inspector”
- Select the desired element
- Find the selector
- Use the style editor and fiddle arround
When you have achieved your desired appearance copy the full “section” including selector and curly braces
Then copy it to the “custom.css” file (you can keep everything or only what you have added)
NOTE: After saving, your browser may need a uncached reload to show the change (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Bypass_your_cache#Bypassing_cache)