​pixolino Settings: Settings

​CSS, JavaScript

You can define portions of CSS or JS code, which will be included inline the template's HTML code and portions that will be placed in an external file and linked within your HTML.

Please include your code without any tags like <style> or <script>. These tags will be added automatically, as pixolino may add additional code or change the way of integrating your code to the page.

In your CSS, you can reference template files using the following syntax:

url('//cdn/image.jpg')

​The system will rewrite this to the following code:

url('https://cdn.pixolino.com/v1489765437/sites/my-website/template/files/image.jpg')
​To ensure speedy delivery of websites and assets, we instruct browsers to cache resources for a long time. We include the timestamp of when you last updated your template's files or code in the URL. This ensures that if you update your assets, browsers will use the new versions instead of displaying old, cached versions.
​If you set the render mode to AMP, the external CSS code and all JavaScript code will be deleted during saving the template.

​Render mode

You can define different render modes for your template:

For HTML5 templates you can also define, whether your template contains responsive code. If so, pixolino will add the required “meta viewport” tag to the template's HTML.

​Defining the maximum navigation depth

You have to define the maximum count of level your template can handle. The chosen value should correspond with the coding of your template: