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    I’m trying to style the tabs using CSS. The problem is even when I create my styles in custom.css they are still being overwritten by styles being added to the actual pages which are based on the rules set for the overall site appearance.

    I can change some css rules with custom.css, but there are a few that get overwritten like the borders. How can I prevent this from happening?



    If you want to avoid your CSS code from being overwritten, try to add the !important after each CSS code that you made.

    h1 {
    font-size: 12px!important;

    The above code is just an example of using !important. Hope this helps. :)




    Thanks, I’ll try that. I did achieve what I wanted by removing the tab styles from dynamiccss.php, but obviously that’s not the best way of doing things. :)


    Hi Oakland,

    Yes, it is better to put your custom code in Quick CSS or custom.css.



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