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    I am working on this site: (see notes) before I deploy it live.. the CSS has stopped updating. no changes I am making are being reflected.

    I have cleared all my browser caches, I’ve had my hosting company flush everything on their end. and nothing seems to matter.
    I know the custom css works, because I was able to see the change about an hour ago.. but not since.

    I have tried the child theme CSS file as well as the quick CSS in the dashboard.. and now neither option is working. though they both did this morning.

    .html_header_sidebar #top #header {
      width: 220px;

    .html_header_left #main {
      margin-left: 220px;

    .avia_combo_widget .news-thumb {
        height: 50px !important;
        width: 50px !important;

    .avia_combo_widget .news-thumb img {
        height: 50px !important;
        width: 50px !important;

    .avia_combo_widget .tab.widget_tab_comments,
    .avia_combo_widget .tab.widget_tab_recent {
        display: none !important;

    Dreamhost are saying they done all they can do on their end… I am at a loss.
    I am happy to provide a login for help.




    Hi kenn_milkshakemedia!

    Please make sure that wp-content/uploads folder has correct permissions ( 755 ) – http://codex.wordpress.org/Changing_File_Permissions

    If that does not help, please create a temporary admin login and post it here privately.



    Thank You Yigit!

    Tried the permission and no luck.. credentials are below.




    I added the below css (as a test) into your custom css section and your child theme’s style.css and both worked just fine on my end:

    #menu-item-105 {
    left: 50px !important;

    Have you tried adding any new css with a different computer/device?

    Best regards,


    Thank you. Think it’s working again.. would recommend working within the quick css editor for smoother workflow?



    It depends on wherever you’re more comfortable. Personally, I prefer to add the css modifications in the Appearance > Editor > style.css file of the child theme.

    Best regards,

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