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  • #25029

    Hey there. I was trying to change my logo size and added the following into the Quick CSS field under Theme Options -> Styling and now my logo’s very screwed up:

    “.logo img {

    width: 100%;

    }”

    Is there a way to undo something that’s been entered into this Quick CSS field? I really need things back to normal and I’ve looked as thoroughly as possible through the editor and the css files via FTP and can’t find the entry. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    #125545

    Anyone have any ideas? I’m at a loss and this is making for a very angry client.

    #125546

    If you’ve “added” that CSS, can’t you just delete it again? It will then go back to it’s original state. Unless you mean “changed”, in that case I’m not sure how to set it back. Just change it back to the size it was before, but if you can’t remember that, it’s perhaps an idea to check in a backup what size it had?

    #125547

    When I entered it into the Quick CSS field in the Enfold options, the CSS takes effect but the field is now empty so I have no idea how to “delete” it. My assumption was that it’s getting added to custom.css in the theme folder or something similar but for the life of me, I can’t find it.

    #125548

    So no one knows where the Quick CSS gets added so that it can be removed? No one across all these forums has ever needed to undo something they put in Quick CSS?

    I really like this theme but someone has to have some idea of how to undo this, right? I’m desperate for some advice. Thanks.

    #125549

    Anything you add to the quick CSS stays in the quick CSS box, under Enfold (or Theme Options)>>Styling. If you added something to the quick CSS it won’t have overwritten the theme CSS, it only supercedes it. So if you definitely have no styling in the quick CSS box and you HAVEN’T changed the actual CSS files themselves (using a text editor, or web design package or your cpanel file manager etc), then everything should be as it was originally.

    If you really do have a blank quick CSS but your logo is still messed up, first ensure you’ve reloaded the page (ctrl + F5) and/or cleared the browser cache. If it still isn’t correct, and you haven’t made any other changes to the CSS files themselves, you could just reupload the theme CSS folder to your wordpress installation using FTP.

    #125550

    The quick css code is just stored in the database (Theme Options) and the theme will add it to the dynamic stylesheet which will be generated every time you save the theme options (by default the path is http://yourdomain.com/wp-content/uploads/dynamic_avia/enfold.css ).

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