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Please bear with me as I am new to Sitefinity and am still a long way from mastering css. I have a page template for which I have added a custom theme. I have given my layout elements wrapper classes and added them to my custom theme css class. However, these do not appear to be working. In Firebug, the wrapper class elements are shown with a strike-through line, like they are being ignored and, of course, the screen appears that they ARE being ignored. Is there something I am diong wrong?
This shows one of my wrapper classes being applied in the html:
This is the pertinent code from my custom theme css file:
background: #fff url('Images/gmcbackground.png') none;
margin: 0 auto;
I have attached a screenshot of what is shown in Firebug.
I would appreciate any advice!
Update: I added !important to the two lines in my wrapper class gmc_header and that works, but is this the best way to go about this?
.sf_cols.gmc_header margin:0 auto;width:900px;
I am also a new-bie to Sitefinity. I am also facing the same issue. My css classes are overridden by Sitefinity's i tried the above solution for my class client-logos to sfcols-client-logos. But in browser i debugged it and found sfcols-sfcols-client-logos.