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  • Resolved ElectricFeet


    @nikeo The > character seems to be accepted in 3.0.9’s Custom CSS. (What other characters are?)

    But the text still says it isn’t. Can the text be changed?

    [ And all the translations 🙁 ]

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  • Hi, yes this is one of the new things of the v3.0.9. No more characters restrictions in this field!
    The text has been changed in English and French.
    Did you change that in your last translation ?(I did not check yet)

    Thanks for the quick response.

    My English Custom CSS panel says:

    Always use this field to add your custom css instead of editing directly the style.css file : it will not be deleted during theme updates. Special characters like quotes or inferior/superior signs will not be accepted in this field as they might be used for malicious purposes. If your custom css includes some of these characters, just create a child theme and write it down in the style.css file.

    (And my Italian Custom CSS panel has the Italian translation of the above.)

    And I should add that both sites are on Customizr 3.0.9

    OK. Now I got it, it is fine in dev but I did not copy the last lang files in the production environment.
    Will change that in next release


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