Can I point a default css files to all my exists HTML content subjects?

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Rui.X.961
Rui.X.961 Posts: 6 🔍
edited August 2023 in Known and Fixed Issues

I'm attempting to import over 1000 subjects into the BrightSpace system, and it's essential that these subjects have their CSS files integrated into their content. Unfortunately, when I uploaded the content, BrightSpace removed the CSS files within the body tags and even eliminated the head tags from the HTML content (course package).

I'm curious to know how your technical team typically addresses this kind of issue. It seems that the most viable solution would involve implementing override cascading style sheets. However, I've discovered that the changes made through Content Styler don't retroactively affect existing HTML topics; they only take effect for new HTML content topics.

After I complete the import of the course packages, I'm uncertain about how to ensure that my customized CSS file will function properly. Your guidance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Rui.X.961
    Rui.X.961 Posts: 6 🔍
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    I'm attempting to import over 1000 subjects into the BrightSpace system, and it's important that these subjects have their CSS files integrated into their content. Unfortunately, when I uploaded the content, BrightSpace removed the CSS files within the body tags and even eliminated the head tags from the HTML content (course package).

    I'm curious to know how your technical team typically addresses this kind of issue. It seems that the most viable solution would involve implementing override cascading style sheets. However, I've discovered that the changes made through Content Styler don't retroactively affect existing HTML topics; they only take effect for new HTML content topics.

    After I complete the import of the course packages, I'm uncertain about how to ensure that my customized CSS file will function properly. Your guidance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

  • Jon.K.955
    Jon.K.955 Posts: 8 🌱
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    You used to be able to link to an external style sheet and not have this problem of the editor stripping out "offending" tags. I'm not sure if they've disallowed external sheets now, as I've not done this in years.