What a Help Center can look like
The Gladly Help Center supports major browsers. For the desktop, we support current + previous major versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari along with the current version of Microsoft Edge. For mobile, we support current + previous major versions of Chrome on Android and iOS and the current + previous versions of Safari on iOS.
How to Override Styles
It's easy to override any of the styles defined in the Styles section:
- Create a new
<style>tag within the webpage where you have installed the Gladly Help Center snippet.
- Using the Styles section below, find the CSS class name of the element you want to override and create a css selector definition in your file or style tag.
- Test your modifications by reloading the page, thats it!
What Can I Change?
Because we place a specific CSS class on almost every element we add to the page, you can really do anything that is possible with CSS. Some basic examples include:
- Changing the hover color of search results
- Changing the
border-radiusof the search input
- Adding borders to the FAQ sections