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I have book node with assigned article nodes as child pages. On certain books I want to be able to use different theming. Using context I can print additional css class on book page according to taxonomy. Is it somehow possible that the class can be passed to all child pages as well? I can not figure out some easy solution. The only way I can think of would be to mark child nodes too. Any ideas? Thank you.

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One easy way I can think of if it's only about CSS, you can use body tag classes, it has different classes based on the nodes.

  • Unfortunately, it is not of any use. There is no connection between parent book and it's childrens in body tag. – loparr Jun 12 '13 at 21:25
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You could do this in two ways :

  1. If you give each individual child nodes , individual class name.

  2. You could use the nth child property to the nodes in the CSS part.

    nth child property could be added as

    p:nth-child(2){
           background:#ff0000;
    }
    

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