Enter the URL to your own CSS file (i.e. http://www.yoursite.com/styles.css) to further customize AOM beyond the control panel. NOTE: You can also directly edit the included /aom/cfg.css.php file or use it as a baseline for your own CSS file. It contains all the AOM style tag definitions.
Whether you want override all AOM CSS definitions. NOTE: If set to Yes, it is assumed you have setup your own CSS file above with style definitions similar to those found in /aom/cfg.css.php
Here are the current CSS hooks at your disposal (alphabetical order). Many of them can be customized from within the control panel. The remainder would be customized by editing the /aom/themes/default/css.tpl.php and then save your settings from the admin.
Box bullets (e.g. Category box, etc...)
Custom Box label text
Custom Box text font, size, etc...
Cart text even
Cart text odd
Cart line even
Cart line odd
Error message text
Style, color, size of horizinal lines
Item link regular
Marketplace Amazon offer row color
Marketplace bar color
Merchant boxes that wraps around merchant info on "Select Options" item pages
Up to 15 Merchant boxes can be displayed on "Select Options" item pages. These hooks let you color code merchant listings in the select box to the associated merchant box info
Marketplace link off
Marketplace link on
Marketplace link off
Marketplace tab on
New item callout (e.g. New in the last 30 days)
Custom tab style (used in DIV).
For dozens of additional tab styles see the CSS Tab Designer by:
Used to define tag cloud links. As each link increases in popularity/frequency, it uses a higher number (the largest items being aom_tag6.
Defines the href links for the various tag cloud tiers above
All CSS hooks related to the Rounded tab style
All CSS hooks related to the Square tab style
Text logo settings
Controls the pagination look and feel
Controls the Auto Parts Finder Box look and feel
Controls the Auto Completion look and feel
Customize Individual Tab Colors
Each tab is automatically assigned a class ID which is in the format aom_tab_[YourCategoryID] (e.g. aom_tab_ebooks).
To customize a tab you would use your Category ID in place of the example ebooks ID used in the example below.
Then change the color (e.g. #FFFFFF) and background-color (e.g. #5A7BAD) to the colors you would like to use.
To customize any Custom Boxes you would reference "CustomBox[index here]".
So if you create 4 Custom Boxes, the order they appear in the Control Panel is the order
they get assigned index numbers. The first box would be referenced with CustomBox1, the
second box with CustomBox2 and so on.