I've been trying to follow some instructions on how to add custom CSS code. All the tutorials suggest adding a custom.css file and @import that file from theme.scss.liquid. But when looking my theme does not have the scss.liquid file, but an theme.css.liquid instead. Is there another way to edit a theme that is missing the scss file?
Theme name is Grid btw.
CSS can either be site wide or page specific but it depends a few factors. Do you have a link to the site and the pages you're trying to make these changes?
Sure thing. Basically I am trying to match the look of our old site.
I want this page: https://sanara-skincare.myshopify.com/pages/founder
To look like this: https://www.sanaraskincare.com/founder-1 with the text and image side by side.
@SanaraSkincare I'm seeing it now, so it looks like you just added this content to the page customization correct? Do you think you'll be wanting to add this type of layout to other pages as well?