How does one override the stylesheets in the parent theme’s library folder? I’m well acquainted w/ child themes/style sheets and using them to override the default style.css file in the parent theme, but many times when using a theme, the page is calling styles from the parent theme’s library folder. When this happens, entering css in my child theme’s styles.css file doesn’t quite cut it.
Particularly, I’m using the Twitter Bootstrap theme by 320press, and I’d like to move the carats on the upper drop down menu over a few pixels. Firebug shows the style/class I need to override at …/wp-content/themes/wp-bootstrap/library/css/bootstrap.css
Anyone have any ideas on how to do this w/o editing the actual parent theme’s css file via the child theme I have set up for my project? This has happened before and I went in and edited the parent-theme’s style, but it gets old having to update it everytime the theme is updated, so I’d like to figure out the ‘right’ way to do this once and for all, as this is often an issue when editing themes from other entities.
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