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because im hoping someone has an easy button to editing their templates for use on proboards
as the title says! personally, i find it a lot easier to code templates into codepen and since proboards syntax is much different from regular html/css, how do you convert your code? do you painstakingly go through it, or do you have faster methods?
personally, I use a find and replace tool to do as much of the work for me as possible (switching brackets, turning periods into [newclass=., etc) but beyond that, I still find the process incredibly tedious.
Word of caution: That doesn't always work, so make sure to have a backup plan, dfkjsdhlfksdh.
I just use Open Office to find + replace all the stuff. Most of my stuff, I can actually convert in just, like, seven replacements, so it only takes a minute or two to convert the whole thing over. I did also, like... convert over near all fifty of my ShiBiCoMo codes, though... rapid fire style... so maybe that speed's just from repetition...
Word -> ctrl f ">" or "]" etc., replace them. Then I just go in convert the css by hand, usually in word or notepad++. I think the newclass .newclass changes are the most tedious... Just make sure you don't replace " in word or open office because it will show up as an "unknown character" and break the code.
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