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Custom CSS fails in Chrome & Safari

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  1. Justin
    Justin avatar
    11 posts
    28 Feb 2011
    30 Mar 2011
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    OK guys - my custom CSS renders perfectly in IE - but many things break in Firefox and Chrome. I know the problem isn't with my CSS because it all validates with W3. The problem appears to be with Sitefinity's own CSS overriding my custom CSS... even when the custom CSS is labeled as !important.

    Anyone else seen this happen? I'm starting to think this is not a designer friendly CMS.

    By the way, are there any other designers using this CMS or is everyone here an developer?
  2. Jordan
    Jordan avatar
    172 posts
    20 Oct 2015
    31 Mar 2011
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    Hello Justin,

    Can you provide us some screenshots where your CSS is broken so we can examine the case. Also can you provide the following information: are you using a theme, template, how did you  register them, where is the broken css (front-end, back-end). And if your CSS is validated in W3C standards that doesn't mean that is written correctly. If the theme is registered correctly there are only few places where !important rule should be used.

    the Telerik team
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