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Offline jdekempena
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Posts: 53
Posted on: February 01, 2017, 02:52:22 PM

after implementing a membership extension (OS membership pro) I noticed that one of the buttons puts a white font on a white background which essentially makes the text unreadable. Only when you hover over the button the highlight color set in the vertex settings of the template becomes visible.
When i look in the computed styles, it looks as if the css settings of template.css are overridden by bootstrap-default-min.css?
Do I want to change the bootstrap css settings? or is there another way to change the color of the button text when not mouseover. Can the load order of the css files be changed?
Setting third party styling to OFF in vertex does not make a difference so I expect this to be coming from the template ?
switching to one of the joomla standard templates like beez or atomic does not have this issue..

Offline mikek
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Posts: 28743 WWW
Posted on: February 01, 2017, 09:09:36 PM


You cannot change the ordering of css files, they must be called in a very specific way for the template to stylize properly. This would be an issue with the extension you are using. The extension developer should be providing css to stylize their extension how they want it to appear on all templates and not rely on the template. If you can post a url a to your site I can see if there's an easy fix.

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