HD-Custom CSS is a simple module that allows you to style pages individually from the rest of the site. Just as the Custom HTML module allows you to insert HTML on a specific page, the Custom CSS module allows you override styles for a specific page.
Joomla's template structure assigns the same CSS file(s) to each and every page resulting in a framework of similar looking pages. With a custom CSS module you can broaden the scope of your design by having a different background image on every page, varying the module position sizes, applying different fonts, font colours, hyperlink behaviours, rollover effects or column widths.
The only thing I had to adjust was my previous attempt at inline html within the module I was trying to style; once I cleared the messy inline html, the result was exactly what I wanted.
This is only my second review on JED, but I had to say: KUDOS! The developer(s) deserve a HUGE thank you for saving me headaches and precious time! :D
I also installed Advanced Module Manager that helped me in this!
This simple little module allows you to insert the css right in the module and assign it to a page and position, thus modifying any page you want for the lift of the site, regardless of updates etc.. and it's FREE
Thanks for your contribution to the joomla community!
I have a bilingual website which applied a single css to both of language , but now it's OK. :)
Please listen ...I have the pickiest client in the entire world...so, I've built a brand new site from pretty much scratch using the latest of latest software and design methods that has to be able to accommodate the oldest browsers in the entire world and all major browsers. With Correct organization and attention to detail, your beautiful site thats designed in Safari or Firefox can look exactly the same in IE. This extension allowed me to be as creative as I wanted to. Oh wait..oh yea..........this extension free......learning curve is about a 5 out of 10..so you gotta know what your doing but once you get it....its like christmas...
Added "Module Class Suffix" to that module, entered some CSS in this module to make it center, assign it to the page and done.
No fiddling around with the template files.
I worship the ground this developer walks on. HUGE time saver and easy way to keep track of all your modifications.