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  • Seriously having a bunch of !important written in the css is bad practice, is sloppy lazy code and will give headaches to any person that thinks about having a central css file that has all the css alterations made in the blog, it’s also crap for whoever wants to install this on several blogs.

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  • Moderator cubecolour


    I dont think that is a fair comment as you do not need to use the included css if you prefer something different to the default display.

    Uncheck the Use pagenavi-css.css option in pagenavi settings and add your customised version of the css to your theme’s stylesheet.

    I do not see any !important declarations in the css.

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