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  • brokoli

    (@brokoli)


    Hi, great theme!

    I would like to know where to add custom css? I’ve tried editing style.css but there is no effect.

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  • Kasia_Zukowska

    (@kasia_zukowska)

    Hi Brokoli πŸ™‚

    Are you referring to editing the Parent or Child theme?
    I would suggest creating a Child Theme if you haven’t already and add !important at the end of your css style. Example:

    body {
    #000000 !important;
    }

    Let me know if that works out πŸ™‚

    mmonarchy

    (@mmonarchy)

    download a plugin called Custom CSS. update your CSS there boom! your done! no need for child

    I am new and thats the first thing i learned. hope it helps

    Imon Hasan

    (@imon-hasan)

    use simple-custom-css for customs css

    brokoli

    (@brokoli)

    Thank you guys for your answers, I fixed it. I didn’t know there are 3 different css files – default, foundation and nivo-slider.

    In the end I used Custom Css plugin, yes. Thank you.

    By the way, I have another problem which I think is theme problem. Submenu doesn’t show up when I’m not on homepage. Website url is http://www.okrasno-lubje.com

    Could anyone take a look at this please?

    Another problem is with special characters (Ε‘, č and ΕΎ) – slovenian language. Is there any way to fix that?

    brokoli

    (@brokoli)

    Bump πŸ™‚

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