For security reasons, you can only use a limited set of CSS properties and values on this archive.
Unfortunately, you cannot use the
font shorthand in your CSS. All font properties have to be specified separately, e.g.,
font-size: 1.1em; font-weight: bold; font-family: Cambria, Constantia, Palatino, Georgia, serif;
font-family property, we allow you to specify any font with an alphanumeric name.
You can (but don't have to) specify the name with single or double quotes
around it, just make sure the quotes match. (e.g., 'Gill Sans' and "Gill Sans" are both fine; 'Gill Sans" won't work.)
Keep in mind that a font has to be installed on the user's operating system to work. It's a good idea when specifying fonts to use
fallbacks in case your first-choice font isn't available.
See a set of web-safe fonts with fallbacks.
We cannot allow the
@font-face attribute. Sorry! If you have an uncommon font that you want to
use in a skin you would like to share, we suggest adding a comment in the skin's "Description" field with a pointer to a place for users
to download the font themselves, and using web-safe fonts as fallbacks.
background, border, column, cue, font, layer-background, layout-grid, list-style, margin, marker, outline, overflow, padding, page-break, pause, scrollbar, text, transform, transition
-replace, -use-link-source, accelerator, alignment-adjust, alignment-baseline, appearance, azimuth, baseline-shift, behavior, binding, bookmark-label, bookmark-level, bookmark-target, bottom, box-align, box-direction, box-flex, box-flex-group, box-lines, box-orient, box-pack, box-shadow, box-sizing, caption-side, clear, clip, color, color-profile, content, counter-increment, counter-reset, crop, cue, cue-after, cue-before, cursor, direction, display, dominant-baseline, drop-initial-after-adjust, drop-initial-after-align, drop-initial-before-adjust, drop-initial-before-align, drop-initial-size, drop-initial-value, elevation, empty-cells, filter, fit, fit-position, float, float-offset, font, font-effect, font-emphasize, font-emphasize-position, font-emphasize-style, font-family, font-size, font-size-adjust, font-smooth, font-stretch, font-style, font-variant, font-weight, grid-columns, grid-rows, hanging-punctuation, height, hyphenate-after, hyphenate-before, hyphenate-character, hyphenate-lines, hyphenate-resource, hyphens, icon, image-orientation, image-resolution, ime-mode, include-source, inline-box-align, layout-flow, left, letter-spacing, line-break, line-height, line-stacking, line-stacking-ruby, line-stacking-shift, line-stacking-strategy, mark, mark-after, mark-before, marks, marquee-direction, marquee-play-count, marquee-speed, marquee-style, max-height, max-width, min-height, min-width, move-to, nav-down, nav-index, nav-left, nav-right, nav-up, opacity, orphans, page, page-policy, phonemes, pitch, pitch-range, play-during, position, presentation-level, punctuation-trim, quotes, rendering-intent, resize, rest, rest-after, rest-before, richness, right, rotation, rotation-point, ruby-align, ruby-overhang, ruby-position, ruby-span, size, speak, speak-header, speak-numeral, speak-punctuation, speech-rate, stress, string-set, tab-side, table-layout, target, target-name, target-new, target-position, top, unicode-bibi, unicode-bidi, user-select, vertical-align, visibility, voice-balance, voice-duration, voice-family, voice-pitch, voice-pitch-range, voice-rate, voice-stress, voice-volume, volume, white-space, white-space-collapse, widows, width, word-break, word-spacing, word-wrap, writing-mode, z-index
url('http://somesite.com/my_awesome_image.jpg')) in JPG, GIF, and PNG formats. Please note, however, that skins using external images will not be approved for public use.
You can specify numeric values up to two decimal places, either as percentages or in various units:
cm, em, ex, in, mm, pc, pt, px
PS: we highly encourage learning about and using
em, which lets you set things relative to the viewer's current font size!
It will make your layouts much more flexible and responsive to different browser/font settings.
#000000is black in hex) or with RGB or RGBA values (e.g.,
rgba(0,0,0,0)both give you black). This may be safer since not all browsers will necessarily support all color names. However, color names are more readable and easier to remember, so we also allow color names. (We suggest you stick to the set of commonly-supported color names.)
You can specify scale (for the
transform property) as
scale(numeric value) where the numeric value can be
specified up to two decimal places.
Comments are stripped from CSS.