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[Resolved] Changing editor-style.css

  • How can I change editor-style.css, without loosing the changes on theme update? Is there a way to use it in child theme? I just want to change the body text color, because I noticed that the current color (#787c7f) is barrely visible on some screens…

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  • Interesting question…I am curious if adding the editor-style.css to the child theme will work, and sure enough it does because I just now tried it with the child theme for Luminescence Lite. So it looks like you can change the editor css as well.

    Only if I delete editor-style.css from parent theme, it gets loaded from child theme. But even then I get strange results… What I mean by that is, the changes in child editor-style.css don’t apply. It’s like the css is cached somewhere or smth…

    The color should be set to black, but it’s not.
    Check this img for better understanding:
    http://i41.tinypic.com/2ntbe69.jpg

    All I did was make a new editor-style.css and added it to the child theme. Then I added this:

    body {color: #000000;}

    For you, it could be cached in your browser if you are not seeing changes, so you may want to clear your browser cache.

    Just to make sure it was working, I deliberately made my text red and sure enough, it worked. This was of course only for the editor and not for the front of the site.

    It was because of cache. Solved.

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