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LucidStudios
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I am working on a very interactive product in js/html/css and it’s going very good so far perhaps I have a solid experience developing interactive projects in flash for over years. I want to give buyers the option to customize the look and feel of the product but as I don’t have much experience on html/css side so I need some advice that what method should I use:

1- provide a stylesheet?

or

2- provide parameters to be set through the initialization function?

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ZoomIt
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most people know basic CSS so in my experience you can’t go wrong with a stylesheet

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Stylesheets are the way to go.

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ThemeFuzz
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Hi!

i vote for stylesheets too.

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SplitV
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Stylesheets is the most common way.

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Stylesheets is the most common way.

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LucidStudios
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thanks guys for your suggestions.

I did some further research and found the exact solution i.e. provide a default stylesheet file and override those values with a php generated stylesheet for which the user will set values in the admin side. :)

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thanks guys for your suggestions. I did some further research and found the exact solution i.e. provide a default stylesheet file and override those values with a php generated stylesheet for which the user will set values in the admin side. :)

Yup, the most professional one I’d say.

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