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Content Styling at the Course Level
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Note: Users with the BluePrint Admin role can access and edit any individual course-level CSS.  Owners and Collaborators can only edit course-level CSS for the courses they are assigned to.  Learn more about BluePrint Roles here.

Each individual course within your tenant has its own CSS stylesheet. You can add or edit CSS within a course by opening the Content Styles module in the inner left hand navigation bar of BluePrint. Select Update to save your changes and see them in BluePrint. Changes made will not be visible to learners in the Learning Application until selecting Publish Changes within your course.



If all of your style guidelines are already set within your tenant-level CSS, the course-level CSS will inherit all tenant-level styling if left blank. Any styles that you would like to add to a specific course to deviate from the tenant-level styling should be added within the course-level CSS to override the tenant-level styling. 

Any style changes made at the individual item level with the WYSIWYG editor or inline with HTML will override CSS. 

Tip: Using course-level CSS can be useful in a sample course for practice or testing new style ideas without affecting the rest of your tenant.

NOTE: Any CSS written in an individual course will overwrite your tenant's default CSS. Deleting any CSS from the course styling will revert it back to the tenant-level styling. For more about tenant-level styling, click here.

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