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Sep 14, 2020

How do I add css?

This is a pretty basic question, maybe I just dont understand how corvid works but I would like to add/edit basic css stylesheets. I cant find any documentation on the subject for Editor X

Oct 22, 2020

Yes, need to be able add custom css (styling should not be happening thru javascript)! Need to control link color as part of the theme, as well as styled buttons that work with the logo/brand, along with setting other styles so they can be universally controlled. Having access to adding custom css is critical in developing custom sites that can be handed off to a client who will make edits and keep style consistent.

Sep 22, 2020

Good evening,

Certainly, we can modify the css of our site on the "Monitoring tools" page, but the user experience is really very unpleasant, it's very messy and the possibilities of customization are extremely low through the tool that we have at available today.

I really hope that wix will do everything possible to be able to put a real css editor in order to edit any element of our site in css. Wix has a lot of advantages but we are soon in 2021, the competition is seriously starting to do better, that should be a priority in the future features of the editor! This is my Christmas present, which I am ordering this year.

The wix team, don't miss the opportunity to add a real option for css through this new editor! <3

Sep 22, 2020

I couldn't agree more, I'm using the monitoring tools trick for the time being. Im going to be developing most of my sites on Webflow, and the main reason is literally just for better CSS control. This should be an easy one! I understand not letting normal wix users access, but atleast let users of Editor X the ability to easily edit CSS on the fly.

Sep 22, 2020

@DoJo Mast3r I fully agree with you. Especially since I pay a premium wix subscription (moreover I absolutely do not understand this price difference between the classic wix plans and the editor x plans, but this is another subject ...), and to more than 300 euros a year, it is true that it is sad not to have such a level of personalization on your website with the css. What is frustrating is to see that wix opens up to developers with wix Corvid for javascript (which is a very good point) but still remains in contradiction when it comes to css. Being forced to go directly through javascript to add css features (seen above), in 2020, it's incredible bad. Knowing that this "css" feature has been in demand for quite a few years on the wix forums. I remain convinced that the editor x team will succeed in integrating the possibility of modifying the css of any element of our site. ;)

Sep 15, 2020Edited: Sep 15, 2020

Thats crazy, you guys call yourselves developers but you cant even edit basic CSS, I need to do mostly animation stuff and polish and fixes, javascript is limited in some cases and some users disable javascript code. I have a H1 header that I need animated with a gradient, I used this code that worked great, previously I had this working on wix by using the Google Shortcode paste box and it seamed to read that just fine. background: linear-gradient(134deg, #2ca8bd, #85c776, #6fbfa2, #5dc8dc, #66ea76);

background-size: 1000% 1000%;

-webkit-background-clip: text;

-webkit-text-fill-color: transparent;

-webkit-animation: AnimationName 35s ease infinite;


@-webkit-keyframes AnimationName {

0%{background-position:0% 45%}

50%{background-position:100% 56%}

100%{background-position:0% 45%}


Basically the header text slowly changes its colors via gradient animation.

Sep 22, 2020

I know right!! How is this a professional tool when I can't access the CSS Stylehseet or site code. Webflow does this.

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