I have recently enabled a content security policy which has flagged up inline css which I would prefer to remove where I can. I notice that if I use avatars then there is a bit of inline CSS included with each that specifies a padding-left and min-height. I would rather control this through my child theme stylesheet and turn off the inline CSS. Is there a way to do this, or could one be added? Either by applying a filter function, or (even better) an option in the shortcode
The line that applies this is in Util.php line 104
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