As I continue to educate myself on CSS, I have realized that the current "Custom CSS" option in the Advanced Settings is "external CSS": it applies changes to similar elements across the entire campaign site. This behaves much like a generalized template to make quick updates to the look and feel of an entire site. This is an awesome feature, but I feel like it needs to be broadened to allow for Internal CSS as well. To make any changes to a single page that differ from the external CSS would require "internal CSS", dictating the behavior of elements at the individual URL level.
I envision a option where each page's edit screen has a new section below the "GM Only" area that could house internal CSS for that page. This would allow premium users the ability to create custom effects on specific pages that are not constrained to the text field via inline CSS. Each Character or NPC can have their own unique background, font, color scheme...specific Adventure Posts can be edited to reflect a different mood depending on where that post took place...subsets of wiki pages can be tailored to allow for different navigation bars, etc
OP offers "Inline CSS" within the text field of various pages and "External CSS" via the Custom CSS option, does not offer any option for "Internal CSS".
Is this feature something that has been considered before and rejected due to difficulty of implementing?
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