Custom CSS File
The file where you can enter your custom CSS code is:
This file will be loaded after the rest of CSS code that’s automatically generated by the Sparky Framework. Therefore, the CSS code that you enter in this file can override parameters.
In example, if you set the body background color to black in the Body Background sub-tab of the Style tab, and add CSS code in custom.css file that makes the body background white, your custom code will override value from the parameters and your site’s body background color will be white.
Similarly, you can override all other settings or add code additional CSS properties of the HTML elements. In example, if you want to add background color and border to the headings, you can’t do that from parameters (there’re no such parameters). But you can write your custom CSS code in the custom.css file and define the heading background and border there.
You can also write jQuery code in this file because this library is loaded by the Sparky Framework. You can also write jQuery UI code, but make sure you enabled it in the Scripts sub-tab of the Features tab.