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  • #663152

    Hello,

    I was playing around with some custom CSS to create some borders around specific headers. I inputting it into the custom.css and it wasn’t working so I tried the same code in the quick CSS box and I started to see changes. As I was entering different codes I somehow eventually ended up with a border around all of my headers, which I don’t want so I removed the code from quick CSS and custom.css. However, even though I removed the code, the borders are still there.

    I would appreciate some help as I can’t seem to remove the borders no matter what I try and they look utterly silly.

    #663155

    Hey obistefkenobi,

    Thanks for getting in touch with us!

    You may not see the changes until the cached files are cleared in your browser.

    Please try to hard refresh by pressing Ctrl + Shift + F5 on your browser or press the F12 key to open chrome dev tools and right click on the refresh button and select “Empty Cache and Hard Reload” and review the site again.

    Best regards,
    Jordan

    #663289

    You have just confirmed that yes, I was being an idiot.

    Thank you for your help!

    #663548

    Hi,

    Glad that helped! Feel free to start a new thread anytime you need assistance with something :)

    Best regards,
    Jordan

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