> However these styles shouldn't really produce any conflicts.
Huh? Why not? They did though - and I didn't do anything unusual for all I see.
> I can't see what your original problem is now that you've fixed it
The problem was that WooCommerce sets all images to 'height:auto'. Which even overrides when I specifically say 'height="17px"' in the img tags themselves.
It does that for every WooCommerce page that comes up, even if they don't use the "woocommerce.php". My fix was to create an CSS tag for each image that i needed to scale, and set it's height in there, to override the WooCommerce sheet.
I dunno if this 'height:auto' is a useful setting anyways, seeing that the thumbnails and previews in WooCommerce are a bit of a blurry mess.
>FYI seeing as you're running a custom theme I'd strongly recommend that you actually remove the WooCommerce styles and create your own. This way you'll never have these problems during future updates.
Ok, thanks James - I'll check that out. I thought I would be more future safe when I only replace the parts that I need to be different. Since it's a massive amount of settings you have in your CSSs. ...and they're very hard to read to rework them fully.