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  • When adding a custom style to the title element, it is overruled by the styling of the plugin. How can I avoid this? We want the title, text and button to use the template styling of the website. (size, color, font-weight, font-family, et cetera)

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  • Plugin Author Code Amp

    (@codeamp)

    Hey @schot

    Are you using Gutenbeg to build your pages?

    Right now, you would have to try to match the styles in our template editor settings.

    When WP 5.8 is released (in about a month), we plan to add support integrating with the theme styles by default, and only if you change the setting (like color, font family, etc) will it then change those.

    Sorry the answer is not more helpful right now but we’re working on it!

    Best

    Thread Starter schot

    (@schot)

    Hi, thanks. No, we use Yootheme Pro page builder. For the time being, we then have to edit some CSS code to get it working.
    Thanks for your reply!

    Hi @codeamp ,

    We already have version 5.8, but we still can not coincide the styles. While this arrives, can you tell me how to do it with CUSTOM CSS?

    Plugin Author Code Amp

    (@codeamp)

    Hey @jlop77 – yeah we are a bit behind on this release – should be another month or two.

    Sure fire over what you need to do regarding CSS and I’ll try to advise – just to note – we are unable to offer writting custom CSS in general – but hopefully I can give you a good point in the right direction.

    If you have a URL that would be handy too.

    Thanks

    Hi,

    I am working in local.

    I can not get to overwrite your styles. I just want to change the typography of the headlines.

    Plugin Author Code Amp

    (@codeamp)

    Hey @jlop77

    Do you mean the heading element?

    You can add custom styles by using rules like this (we’ll be making it simpler in that update):

    .cl-template .cl-element.cl-element-title {
        color: #f00;
        font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
    }

    If you have the title linking to the post, you would need to use this instead:

    .cl-template .cl-element.cl-element-title a {
        color: #f00;
        font-family: "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
    }

    *There is an addition a in the CSS rule.

    Let me know if that works for you?

    Best

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by Code Amp.

    Excellent, running.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author Code Amp

    (@codeamp)

    Great stuff đŸ™‚

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