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    • #3312

      I am trying to modifying the style.css file to use standard colors for my website. I modified it via the Appearance, Editor in WordPress but it doesn’t seem to take affect.

      I inspected the elements via Chrome to figure out where the colors were being picked up. For example, the primary paragraph in my articles seems to be using

      article.post-content {
      font-size: 14px;
      font-weight: 300;
      color: #003366;
      padding: 25px 30px 30px;

      I attempted to modify the color (as you can see above) but it never changes on the.

      Is the styles.css in the Appearance, Editor the correct place to modify this css file or is it somewhere else?

    • #3363


      Yes, you can edit from there, but we never recommend to do that. Because when you update the theme, it will loss your all changes. Instead, please add it from Additional CSS area by going to Dashboard > Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS.

      Regarding your problem, it may need to give higher priority to your new code to override the theme style. Please try to add below CSS for color property;

      body article.post-content {
      color: #003366 !important;


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