CSS customization

So I have a fully working Order Online page, the colors and fonts looks legit, but hey!... I won't stop here. I want to go fancy! Yes, I acknowledged and I agree that I will get dirty with some HTML and CSS. Google Chrome is my browser of choice and I use it because it comes bundled with one of the best Developer Tools out there.

If you're not yet familiarized with the DevTools we strongly recommend you take a few moments and scratch its surface at least.

Everything is just HTML and inline styles

The Zuppler Integration Client is powered by pure Javascript with React as the rendering engine and 'CSS in JS1' technique to style the elements. We have exposed meaningful class names to most of the elements, so they can be easily targeted to override the appearance.

Overriding styles

Let's suppose you'd like to have a shadow underneath the category names. Right click on the category name and chose Inspect. The DOM element gets highlighted In DevTools, under the Elements tab. Mine looks like this:

<h2 class="z-menu-category-title" data-radium="true" style="font-size: 1em; font-family: inherit; text-align: center; margin: 0px; color: #ffffff;">Sandwiches</h2>

Note the class name z-menu-category-title, so let's write some custom CSS to add the shadow:

.z-menu-category-title {
    text-shadow: 0 1px 1px rgba(0,0,0,.3);

For an extra margin, you must add a higher specificity2 to this rule, since the element has already provided with a margin via styles attribute.

.z-menu-category-title {
    text-shadow: 0 1px 1px rgba(0,0,0,.3);
    margin: 1em !important;

It is completely up to you where you add the extra CSS. So you can either edit your site .css file, or add it inside a <style> tag on your HTML page, both methods absolutely fine.

1. In case you're wondering why "inline styles", among many reasons... it helps us avoid lots of possible CSS conflicts.
2. Read more about CSS specificity

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