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  • #6768
    Kiluax
    Participant

    I’ve customise the bootstrap style of my front.css, but it’s overwritten each time I update. It would be nice to have a space inside the plugin where you can activate custom css so that it’s applied instead of the default one, since no everybody uses blue.

    Another solution would be adding the bootstrap button generator directly inside the plugin so that you can pick the color you prefer.

    #6769
    Bartosz
    Keymaster

    WHy don’t you just override the default style in your theme CSS?

    #6772
    Kiluax
    Participant

    That’s the first thing I tryed, but front.css seems to have the priority, so my theme.css is being overwritten anyway using the bootstrap selector. I cannot modify my base buttons style, since I don’t use bootstrap for everything on my site.

    #6773
    Bartosz
    Keymaster

    Of course front.css has priority but there are multiple ways to force your style, for example use the !importantattribute.

    #6774
    Kiluax
    Participant

    I thought also at that solution, which I don’t like honestly, even though I’ll be forced to use it if you aren’t planning any changes.

    #6775
    Bartosz
    Keymaster

    I’m just suggesting that every solution is better than overriding plugin files.

    Custom CSS – we’ll think of it.

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