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Child theme's strange behaviour

  • romanrandom
    Member

    @romanrandom

    Hi,
    I’m trying to style a website using a child theme of the Yoko theme. I set it up correctly (I think) and started overriding some of the rules.
    But it didn’t work as expected, for example: to change the color of links on hover I had to write this:

    a:hover {
    	color: none;
    	color: #C1301C !important;
    }

    adding important wasn’t enough.
    This one at least worked this way, but when trying to disable the border of the widgets and writing:

    aside.widget {
    	border-bottom: none !important;
    }

    It won’t work! that part won’t even appear in the stylesheet loaded by the browser. This happens with other changes too, and what is even stranger is that sometimes a working change stops working when I try to override some of this unoverridable rules.

    Here is the website:
    miobuu.com

    I’m starting to hit the table from frustration, which is a good sign to stop trying to solve this myself. I hope someone has any idea.

    Thanks!

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  • romanrandom
    Member

    @romanrandom

    More weird stuff:
    Now the border is gone in Chrome after clearing it’s cache, but not in Firefox or IE. What’s going on?

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