Support » Plugin: WP Super Edit » [Plugin: WP Super Edit] Custom CSS styles not working

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  • Plugin Contributor Jess Planck


    It took me a bit to get some working to test with. It often requires you to REALLY empty the browser cache since the editor parses the editor.css file separate from you browser.

    I do remember that compound classes like ( .red, .link-red {color: red} ) and specific CSS like ( {color:red} ) should not be first at the top of your editor.css file. I’ve seen it work fine on some sites, but others seem to work better if you have a couple of simple class declarations at the top of editor.css like ( .text-red {color:red} ). Also beware that one bad CSS group can spoil the fun for the rest of the file after it.

    Also note that there is an issue with the Theme Classes plugin after the update on older websites.

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