Somehow while editing my WordPress site’s CSS file I have managed to alter some of the CSS for my Dashboard which controls the button colours and I cannot figure out how to change it back. It isn’t too much of an issue but it does make it very confusing when saving draft posts etc.
Which file would I need to re-upload and where to restore my Dashboard’s styles back to default?
Thanks very much for the quick reply.
Uploading the folders and files in question didn’t solve the problem but it did help me work out what it could be…and was.
Basically upon editing one of my plugins’ css files, somehow the code had gone awry and also altered the button styling within WordPress itself as well as my blog page.
This leaves me with a bit of an odd problem – surely the buttons and styling work off completely unrelated stylesheets and therefore cannot be altered or interchanged with each other? For some reason the styling is overlapping…any suggestions please? 🙂
The clue is in the expansion of CSS – Cascading Style Sheets. The rules & properties cascade – both within a given sheet and across a site depending upon what order they are called in the page’s header. The last sheet takes priority etc etc.
Try deactivating that plugin and see if that helps.
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