This tip applies to Joomla! templates. An example would be the
This tip is based on standard techniques used in Joomla!, but in the case of Artisteer, it requires some more explanation.
It's quite a common situation that you want to have one of your modules looking different from the others. For example, you may want the login module or some other module to be distinguished from others. In the case of custom HTML modules, you can of course modify HTML directly in the module, but this tip allows you to do it without touching HTML and is based only on CSS modification.
This technique works for modules taking their CSS from the template stylesheet. It won't work with custom extensions that are ...