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I often have the issue that a rule in universal.css is ignored as if it’s not th

I often have the issue that a rule in universal.css is ignored as if it’s not there. Yet, it’s easy to see it’s been loaded in Chrome Inspect. So I don’t see how it could be a cache problem. If I add the same rule to the Customize Custom CSS stylesheet, it’s applied. I’m having the same issue with utility classes I add in universal.css. They show up in Inspect, so it’s not a caching issue, but when I add the class to an element, it’s ignored. Anyone else?



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  1. Ramon Horst says

    Is another style applied to another class or maybe the id of the element?

  2. John Boland says

    You probably fucked up your css somewhere. Usually when my css doesn’t work right, it’s because of an mistakenly open bracket in a media query… but there’s other possible reasons as well.

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