Ah, the joy of CSS!
10 years ago, if someone wanted to change the colours on their website to give it a bit of a tweak and a spruce , it would have meant changing interminable numbers of bits of code hidden deep within seemingly infinitely nested tables. In other words, a right pain.
Nowadays it usually means amending a few files, tweaking a few graphics and Bob is pretty much your uncle. It’s good if you’re the person doing the updating, but it’s also good for the client as it can be very affordable (a couple of days rather than a couple of weeks).
As an example, we’ve just finished a quick colour scheme overhaul for mindfulness teacher & trainer, Trish Bartley, who wanted to move away from her old pink and brown colour scheme to something a bit cleaner and more striking. Here’s what we did: