Sorry... I'm confused... can you please link me to which tutorial you're talking about?
This is where I get the screen with locked elements and what they show is unlocked elements.
I mispoke eariler...
^^ is correct
there's no: /rt_callisto/custom/css/ folder by default...
OK, thank you, this is clearer now. Cause, as you could see by yourself, the tutorials are a little ambiguous about that.
... an .scss file within the /custom/scss/ folder with either css or scss code in it should get loaded...
Yes, I finally succeeded. My problem was that my old version of Dreamweaver was adding some .css extension to my file, but in some invisible way in OSX. So the site was seeing the file as custom.scss.css. What I did is selecting the file in OSX and then delete the .css extension, making the .scss the "real" extension. Am I clear ? I'm sharing this with you cause this is something you might meet again in the future with other users.
By the way, before this technique worked, I tried something else : I edited another css file ie rt_callisto/css/flexicontent.css and this was working. Do you think I could still do it that way or that, for some reason, editing the scss file you recommend is better ? Like being more integrated to the Callisto compiled css ?
Talking about the flexicontent extension that I'm using and that you probably know, I noticed that since I activated the Callisto template, rather than Protostar, some elements on my pages were damaged.
I'm talking about category views, let's say a simple grid of 9 articles previews (3x3), showing a picture and a short introduction of each article. With callisto, this introduction is like "cut" on the right, at the end of lines, some letters of words are cut/invisible/missing.
Do you think I could try to edit the Callisto scss with paddings or stuff like that ?
got a link? where's your scss file loaded?
Sorry, still working locally at this stage.
I'll let the doc guy know though that it is a bit confusing
Sure, that might be a good idea