It appears a lot of the CSS is added as inline stlyes at the bottom on the head. Do I have to use !important for everything I want to overridden in by my child theme? It's not a great way to have to do this if it is
How am I meant to override the css using a child theme for a multisite install?
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Posted 08 February 2011 - 12:29 PM
Hi Robin - If you're using PlatformPro (and I'm assuming you are because it's our only theme with child themes the majority of the styles actually reside in CSS files. Dynamic.css stores the "custom code" css, and base.css (contained in your child theme) can be edited itself to add styles. Hope that helps clear things up. Let us know if you have further questions...