I want to learn the T4 way of properly customizing a template rather than hacking it. As I compare the rendered code between T4 Blank's Home style associated with the home page and Default style associated with inside pages, I am unable to spot a styling hook that allows CSS added in custom.css to be scoped solely to one or the other of these styles. For example, in some frameworks, a class would be added to the body tag like <body class="oc-effect2 T4Home" ... as opposed to <body class="oc-effect2 T4Default" ...
By the way, what feature sets the class oc-effect2? Is that for implementing multiple color schemes?
Is that my T4-friendly work-around to getting different custom.css styling to take effect via one style or the other?
My use case that put me down this rabbit hole is that I use a more complex/vertical logo on the home page and a more compact horizontal one on inside pages and need the css to change to match. Framework users should not have to hack the PHP to associate their CSS to a specific template style. (Likewise, the logo will change for smaller devices based on landscape v. portrait orientation.) Please enlighten me to the JoomlArt way to accomplish this.