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Styling with CSS

CSS or Cascading Style Sheets are what the web uses to style a web page. It is a rule-based language that specifies how elements should look or be presented in a web browser. For example, You can make a text box blue and you can have that text box animate using CSS.

In Pano2VR, you can use an external CSS file, use the skin’s embedded stylesheet, or add styles directly to skin elements. If using an external CSS file, add this to the skin’s properties and use the classes in the element’s settings. The skin’s embedded stylesheet is sufficient for many projects in that you can add your CSS directly to the skin. Finally, if you have just a few skin elements that need styling, you can add the styles to the element’s settings.

Learn more about CSS.

Check out the following tutorials to get familiar with using CSS.

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Last modified: May 16, 2022