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    Hi.

    Wondering what the best method might be to change the UI look and feel of the Enfold Theme Admin Panel? I know this is a complex task overall, but all I want to do is use my own CSS to change the general appearance.

    I am fine with handling CSS and found one of the main CSS files in the framework folder, but I was wondering if there is any documentation I might review to make sure I go about it correctly?

    Further – each time I build a new site – I use my own child theme that comes loaded with a combination of updates to the theme’s existing elements as well as several of my own new elements. I am wondering if there might be a way to add the custom Admin Panel CSS to the child installation package so that parent theme updates can happen without affecting my changes? Since the admin panel isn’t located within the theme;s root, Im not really sure how to structure the location this special Admin CSS in the child theme package so that it works as intended.

    Any thoughts or suggestions?

    thanks! and BTW – I use ENFOLD for ALL OF MY SITES and I absolutely love its flexibility…. Great Job!

    #557342

    Hi MindSpark!

    No, I don’t think we have any documentation for that. It’s pretty easy, just drop it into the child theme style.css file. If it does not get applied then try using !important to make sure it overrides any other CSS.

    a { color: red !important; font-size: 10px !important; }
    

    Not sure about your second question. Are you trying to apply CSS in the dashboard? If so then try the “admin_head” hook, https://codex.wordpress.org/Plugin_API/Action_Reference/admin_head.

    Best regards,
    Elliott

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