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    I’m having an issue with the Dynamic CSS overriding the custom.css file.

    I’m working in a local dev environment so I don’t have a link to a site, but here is a screen shot of the issue:

    Basically, it overwrites the initial styling for ai1ec event post type by coloring one of the columns purple, but it continues to do this even when I change the style in custom.css

    #top .primary-background, .dropcap2, div .button, input[type="submit"], #submit, .info_text_header, #info_text_header .infotext, .numeric_controls a:hover, .numeric_controls .active_item, .contentSlideControlls a.activeItem, #top th, #top .related_posts .contentSlideControlls a.activeItem, #top .arrow_controls a, #main .content #searchsubmit:hover, .callout a, #info_text_header.minimized:hover {
    background-color: #609;

    #top .on-primary-color, #top .on-primary-color a, .dropcap2, div .button, input[type="submit"], #submit, .info_text_header, .info_text_header a, .info_text_header a:hover, .contentSlideControlls a.activeItem, #top .related_posts .contentSlideControlls a.activeItem, .contentSlideControlls a:hover, #top .related_posts .contentSlideControlls a:hover, #top th, #top th a, a.button:hover, .callout a, #top .big_button:hover {
    color: white;

    Above are the two styles overriding the table colors. I’m not sure what CSS class/id is being applied to the table that is causing this.



    Try adding the !important in the style you have added in your custom.css. Here is an example of how to use it:

    .selector {
    color: blue!important;

    The !important prevents your styling from being overrided. Hope this helps your code. :)

    Best Regards,


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