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If I use Fresco on a plain html link, and it already uses class="fresco" in order to function, is there a way to add an additional style to that text link? I can't put two classes together, so is there an option?
I don't see why you wouldn't be able to use multiple classes, Fresco doesn't prevent you from doing that, class="fresco secondclass" will still work.
Sorry, I meant I didn't think I could put them together in the link:
<a href="http://foo.com/folder/foo.jpg" class="fresco" class="..." data-fresco-group="shared_options">Image.jpg</a>
Naturally, the second class wouldn't do anything.
Should I refer to fresco.css to apply my custom style? And if so, do you know where specifically I should look? Or not go here at all. Thx!
The documentation describes how to add a custom skins, you could try that if you are comfortable writting your own css on top of fresco.css:
Yeah... um no -- that's probably not going to happen. I was hoping to just add a style somewhere. It's literally just for a few links. It's not terrible as is, just wanted to keep things consistent. I can live with it!