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  • Hi,

    I recently found out the the links that appear in the admin panel of my WordPress 2.3.3 installation look weird. They are underlined and have a white color on a white background so they are practically almost invisible – just hovering makes them appear.

    I inspected the element with firebug, and it says:

    #zeitgeist h2, fieldset legend a {
    background:transparent none repeat scroll 0%;
    [wp-admin.css (line 910)]

    Looking at the core file wp-admin.css on line 910, I only find:

    #zeitgeist h2, fieldset legend a {
    	background: none;

    So, it seems that the CSS is somehow changed in runtime. Is there any WP-Hook that allows to change the CSS in the admin panel, and how do I find out which plugin causes this?

    The second thing that gets on my nerves is the “view/preview link” link, that is misplaced most of the time over the category container.

    Does anyone know how to change this?
    I already looked at the WordPress trac
    but that did not help me for I do not know which version that refers to, and also some files of my installation look different than those, especially rtl.css only has about 130 lines and not over 200 as mentioned here:

    Help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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