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Ok, I know this is a general question, but I really looked information for a long time, and couldn't find helpful info that helped me.

I almost finish developing my community site in Drupal 7. Now I am starting to design it. I chose Zen theme, and created sub-theme.

Can you please recommend me about the best convenient method to implement CSS to DRUPAL site?

Thanks in advance

closed as off-topic by Clive Oct 19 '13 at 10:14

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  • Hi, requests for tutorials are off-topic here - if you have a specific question about a problem you're having implementing CSS in Drupal, please edit the question to ask it. Please don't ask about CSS syntax/specificity or anything like that as questions about the language itself are also off-topic (but can of course be asked on Stack Overflow); it just needs to be a Drupal-specific question for this site. Thanks – Clive Oct 19 '13 at 10:16
  • I reworded my question. how can I remove the [on hold] feature, and get my question back live again? I will really appreciate help here.. – EB84 Oct 19 '13 at 12:47
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    @EdenBitton I'm sorry, but we do need to keep this closed; it's still a very broad topic. My suggestion would be to pick up the Packt book Drupal 7 Themes, Cederholm's Web Standards Solutions and Handcrafted CSS, and Budd's CSS Mastery. Those will get you on your way. – mpdonadio Oct 19 '13 at 13:28
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Well that's very vast topic, however few things I would like to share with you are:

I tried to cover few of the quick points that striked me first, but anyways there is no limit of learning, so keep on exploring!!

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