This article is intended to answer your questions about Setka Editor's technical qualities and compatibility features that are specific to Drupal CMS.
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Do Setka Editor styles affect my Drupal theme?
Setka Editor styles are independent of any styles of your Drupal theme, so they do not influence each other.
How do Setka Editor styles work?
Each theme has its own CSS settings with CSS classes in it. Setka Editor partially overwrites theme settings using CSS reset, in order to allow you to use custom styles, created in Content Design System Manager.
Styles of most elements of a Setka Editor post consist of two main blocks:
- A CSS reset. To reset most properties to the initial values.
- Properties themselves, which are required to properly display these elements (font, color, size, etc. in accordance with your style).
These styles apply to the elements within a Setka post only. They are quite specific, thereby ensuring that there are no conflicts with the styles of the platform and that Setka posts are displayed consistently regardless of what is around them and the CMS.
Note: a Drupal theme may also determine the width available for your post. It may also be adaptive and have no fixed width. This influences the final appearance of the post for each reader, depending on the width of their screen. In order to check the layout of the post at various screen widths, click the View Post button in the top left corner of Setka Editor.