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[Resolved] Using Frontier custom CSS

  • Hi – I’m trying to use the ‘custom CSS’ area that Frontier Options provides, so I can update the theme eventually. I have moved a little CSS across and it’s fine.

    I am trying to make the radio buttons & check boxes in Contact7 appear as a list rather than as wrapping text. (example page: http://www.bapt.org.uk/membership/join-bapt )

    I have this in style.css at the moment (which works fine):

    /* to display check boxes in columns, in contact7 forms */
      span.wpcf7-list-item { display: block; }

    But when I remove this code and put it into the custom css area instead, it doesn’t work. What do I need to change to make it work in custom css?

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  • Theme Author ronangelo

    @ronangelo

    Check the contents of your Custom CSS first before you add that code. There is a “text-shadow: none;” property without a selector. This probably prevents any CSS after that line to work.

    Thanks Ron – that was the problem. I don’t really understand CSS, but am learning lots in this process!

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