Question8Replies864Views Will Cho Member since 2008 90 posts PEGA Posted: 2 years agoLast activity: 2 years 2 months ago Closed Including CSS globally for correspondence rulesWe currently have a css style embedded in a correspondence rule.How can we configure that globally so that it can be applied to all correspondence rules? Low-Code App Development Case Management ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 2 years agoHari Ch PEGA replied to Will ChoHello, Thanks for posting your query in PSC. You can try using Userworkform. Or else just provide us the screen shot of your corresponding rule with your css styles for our better understanding. Thanks, Hari Posted: 2 years agoWill Cho PEGA replied to Hari ChAttached the CSS style embedded in correspondence rule. Don't we need to use Additional Stylesheet in skin rule as best practice? However, this did not work. Not sure if this is a defect or expected bahavior. Posted: 2 years agoHari Ch PEGA replied to Will ChoHello, You can additional style sheet in skin rule. It is best practice. We tried the same at our end in correspondence which is working fine. Kindly check the attached images for your reference. I tried it in Pega 7.2. Kindly let me know your version at your end. Thanks, Hari. Posted: 2 years agoWill Cho PEGA replied to Hari ChHari, thanks. Can you also send me two more screenshots? 1) A screenshot of the skin rule that contains the additional style sheet 2) A screenshot of the rule that contains the additional style sheet Posted: 2 years agovanaa PEGA replied to Will ChoCreate a non auto generated section and add the styles in it (using html and style tag). Include this non auto generated section in all your correspondence rules (using insert rule), so that you can use the same css in all correspondences. Posted: 2 years agoWill Cho PEGA replied to vanaaThis option works fine. We're still trying to see if the additional stylesheet in skin rule can be used as this seems the best practice. But your suggestion also works. Thanks. Posted: 2 years agoDurga_Bhanuja PEGA replied to Will ChoHello , As you said , try with creating the custom style sheets and include in the skin , but the same css class selector should be defined for all the corresponding rules so that same styles can be applied. Regards, Durga Posted: 2 years agoLAKSHMIRAMU Tcs replied to Durga_BhanujaHi Durga, I have a similar requirement , all paragraphs should have same styling through out the application. How do we specify the custom style sheet which reflects only for paragraph(all paragraphs) rule?