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  • Kevlar
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    Instead of spending more time debugging this mystery... I just added some CSS to the additional.css template.

    Code:
    .wgo_block .section {font-size: 12px; }

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  • Kevlar
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    Any idea why Google Chrome would say this CSS shorthand is invalid?



    I checked and the styleeditor and secondarycontent_font is unmodified, so I think that's how the forum came... font: 12px; ... but even still, that looks like valid CSS shorthand to me.

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  • BirdOPrey5
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    In Admin CP go to Styles & Templates -> Search in Template, and search for: .wgo_block

    That will show you what template(s) it is used in.

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  • Kevlar
    started a topic Where is the CSS for .wgo_block .section

    Where is the CSS for .wgo_block .section

    Where is the CSS for .wgo_block .section? Apparently somewhere along the line, I have entered some invalid CSS (or so says Chrome anyway) and now it is rendering out that block in small text.



    Chrome says that the CSS says font: 12px and that's invalid, so I must have put it in the wrong box. It should probably say font-size: 12px;
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