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Parsys Outline/CSS

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Is it possible to always keep the hover blue outline per component on? sometimes i have components within components and it would make things easier for our authors if they can see where the components lie.

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Thank you, I managed to solve this by first creating a cq:ClientLibraryFolder and adding the categories cq.authoring.editor.core, and cq.authoring.editor

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Yes possible, you can write overriding css for your parsys/container. Do not do any changes to the files under libs though, you can write your own css in your project specific folder, targeting the containers/parsys through selectors.
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No need to extend any file @goonmanian-gooner , have a styling in your project's client-lib  targeting the container selectors. You can inspect the element and check the css classes, example: 

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Thank you, I managed to solve this by first creating a cq:ClientLibraryFolder and adding the categories cq.authoring.editor.core, and cq.authoring.editor