The whole point of a powerful CMS like DNN is to make it easier for both the developer and the client. But if you're not taking advantage of the editor.css, then you're missing out on a big piece of the puzzle.
Sure it's easy for a developer to add things like buttons and different font sizes and colors, but it's near impossible to explain how to do this to the client.
And this is where editor.css comes in. With a little extra code on the developers part, you can give your client a slew of pre-loaded design options in the Text/HTML editor. And best of all it's code free for the client. It's a simple as highlighting the word(s) you want to change and selecting from a pre-loaded list in a drop-down menu located in the Text/HTML editor.
We'll walk you through how to set up an editor.css, best practices and how clients can effectively use this tool.