I had to manually tick ‘Do not use CSS overrides’ on every region properties. Is there a way to disable ‘Do not use CSS overrides’ globally, like eliminating the fixed/width by default since you’re using responsive framework? It’s affecting my responsive grid b/c of fixed width/height that were inserted automatically by Percussion.
There is a way to turn off the CSS overides at the template level.
If you open you template for editing,
Double click on the region with CSS overrides
Click on the “Do Not Use CSS Overrides” ch\eck box,
This will remove the css overrides from all pages that use this template.
@Aaron This should remove all the CSS overrides for your pages as well. You may need to go through your templates and check to see what regions have CSS overrides and what regions do not.
Also as tip while in the layout tab of a page or template refrain from dragging or pulling the corners/edges of a region. That will add the CSS Overrides to the region.
Lastly, you can created a new post on the community as an ideal for the idea to have a way to Globally turn off the CSS Overrides on regions. I think that will be a very useful tool in CM1. Thank you for the Idea.
Armani, yes, I know this, but you still are required to pull up each individual region on the template and check that box. I’m looking for more of a global template setting, say if I start a new template from scratch it would have a global checkbox for it so as I add regions they will already be set to my choice of on/off for css overrides globally instead of having to bring up the properties for each added region to set it.
@armani - re: Also as tip while in the layout tab of a page or template refrain from dragging or pulling the corners/edges of a region. That will add the CSS Overrides to the region. - I just simply break down via Design Inspector. Nothing else, not even adding widget or anything. I saved it and hit preview - still showed fixed width/height on some certain regions. I’d be happy to show you via GoToMeeting or Skype.