In an effort to make it even easier for our TypePad Pro users to do cool things with their blog design, we created TypePad's new Custom CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) feature. You can now tailor the look and feel of your weblog without having to manage the complexity of advanced templates. By customizing the CSS instead of the templates, you can concentrate on the presentation of your weblog without having to worry about the underlying page structure.
And the best part of customizing the CSS rather than using advanced templates? Any time we add new features and content modules you'll be able to use them right away.
We asked Randy Reddig the TypePad engineer who developed this feature to tell us about why he created custom CSS and how you can take advantage of it on your blog.
Randy Reddig on Custom CSS
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