Support » Theme: F2 » Custom CSS ignored on non-Blue color schemes

  • Resolved windracer

    (@windracer)


    When using a color scheme other than Blue, the Custom CSS field is being ignored. It shows up in the page source, but I’m guessing something else about the color scheme is overriding it. How can I get my custom CSS to work on the Brown color scheme?

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  • WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    Forum Moderator

    Try using Firebug to look at the CSS code for whichever element you are trying to change – it should show you the CSS code that is overriding your changes — that information should help you change the selectors you are using so as to make your changes work.

    Also double check that you don’t have any syntax or other errors on your CSS:

    http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

    (You will see errrors, but not all of them are problematic – look for Parse errors in your custom CSS as those may be a problem.)

    Ah, that was it, thanks! I had to put .color-scheme-brown before all of my custom CSS in order for it to take effect in the desired color scheme and it’s working now.

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