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theTimHunter    1
theTimHunter

Hello everyone,

I've done quite a bit of menu styling and it works perfect in Firefox. However, when I use IE or Chrome the main page looks good, but the styling on the internal page menus is not taking affect. I'm not sure if it's just an issue on my end. The CSS is all very basic...any ideas why this would be?

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Tim

ellelothlorien.com

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So, it turns out when I take the custom CSS code and place it in the Pagelines Customize plug-in .css file everything works fine. I guess I should be putting CSS in there anyway...lesson learned.

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Glad you were able to resolve it. Yes, that's an excellent location for custom CSS.

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