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    David Self
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    The evolve plus style.css file has the search button style set to a dull black text on white background. The selector for it has all attributes set with !important which overrides my child theme (i also have !important) on mine as well. I have my buddpress style sheet in a subfolder of my child theme ‘buddypress/css’. Why is this being done with no way to override it?

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  • Denzel Chia
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    #31027 |

    Hi,

    Please put your css in Theme Options -> Custom CSS
    It’s loaded after stylesheet.

    Please post me your website URL if you require further assistance.

    Thank you

    David Self
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    Denzel Chia
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    #31058 |

    Hi,

    Use the following in Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    This is screen-shot of the result.
    http://image.prntscr.com/image/0b9975cac6d94e808dba3bfb294b2da9.png

    Thank you

    David Self
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    #31211 |

    This is not working for me. Also, my intention was to style the search button. This is focused on the entire search form. Not sure why it worked for you and not for me. I cleared my browser cache but that wasn’t it.

    Denzel Chia
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    #31213 |

    Hi,

    Please check your existing custom css code for syntax error.
    Any error will prevent subsequent css code to work properly.

    Thank you

    David Self
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    #31217 |

    Found a syntax error but it still doesn’t work. i also tried to copy the buddypress styling i want to use for the button into the custom css and it is not seeing that either. your buddypress styling is overriding. why are you doing buddypress styling (esp using !important)?

    David Self
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    #31219 |

    I resolved the problem. thanks for your help

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    Denzel Chia
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    #31231 |

    You are welcome.
    Thank you.

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