How to use specific css file with universal module ?

1 week 3 days ago - 1 week 3 days ago #80053 by Pitou
Hello

I made css customisation for my items into a specific categorie 
i now want to use universal module on the homepage, but I want to use exactly the same css customisations. 
Is there a way to use this specific css file ?

Thanks 

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1 week 1 day ago #80057 by micker
hello i didn't think its possible out of box because html module output isn't same ...
you will oblige to adapt it

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1 week 1 day ago #80059 by Pitou
But with default settings, css looks like the blog template (I'm not shure) from flexicontent.

blurred title on mouse over for example, red title background for starred items.

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1 week 1 day ago #80060 by Pitou
What I would like to know is : which css should I change if I want to alter universal module style ?

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1 week 1 day ago #80061 by micker
hello
the best way to override flexicontent css is create a flexicontent.css in you css folder in your template

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1 week 15 hours ago #80069 by Pitou
And is it possible to do the same with less files ?

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1 week 13 hours ago #80071 by micker
you can but you need to use good class and use a less compiler

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1 week 12 hours ago #80074 by Pitou
But as I can override css with a flexicontent.css file in template folder, isn't a way to do the same with less files that can be compiled to override item.less for example ?

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1 week 12 hours ago #80077 by micker
no i repeat its not same html structure .... you need to adapt it

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4 days 3 hours ago #80082 by Pitou

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