You can apply your own styles to your Quick Shopping Cart® storefront using the Advanced Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) feature. Any styles you define are applied to all pages of your storefront.
To gain greater control over your styles and to help reduce or eliminate errors in your CSS code, create it using a CSS editor. You can then paste the CSS code into the Advanced CSS field.
Using the Advanced CSS feature can greatly affect how your storefront displays, so we recommend you become familiar with CSS before attempting to update your storefront in this way.
For more information about CSS, visit the CSS Tutorial on the W3 Schools website. Another useful tool for learning to edit CSS is Mozilla® Firebug for the Firefox browser. Firebug lets you see how CSS affects the different elements of your template.
We recommend you thoroughly test changes before publishing.
Your CSS applies immediately, but is not reflected on your storefront until after you publish.
Do not include any XHTML style tags in the CSS field, such as <style type="text/css">. Include only the actual CSS style definitions.