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Getting Started with Macaw: Build responsive websites with a cutting-edge application by Rex Rainey, Joe Chellman

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D. Custom Integrations

In this appendix, we’ll talk about some integrations you might be interested in: adding custom CSS, using custom web fonts, and adding JavaScript libraries to a Macaw project. The processes are a little more advanced since they can involve writing your own custom CSS and JavaScript and digging into that which Macaw generates.

Custom CSS

Macaw removes a lot of the need to write CSS by hand, but there are some things that are either not built-in or not quite practical to use. Adding custom CSS to a project is pretty easy to do, but there are two tricky parts. Your custom CSS will not be displayed on the canvas, and you might need to finesse your CSS if Macaw’s generated CSS overrides it.

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