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Problems with Custom.css

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We have changed the custom.css file on our cuisine template to add some formatting for a background colour on a box.
Some of us can see the colour change, others don't.

But one thing that is certainly happening is that once we have seen the colour change, we are then not seeing the colour change again if we change the colour in the custom.css file.

We have cleared all the caches, tried diffferent browsers and networks etc, but whatever colour is first seen is then set. It doesn't change.

It looks as though it is being cached somewhere, but we can't understand where.

To summarise, once a custom.css change has been made and viewed, it seems to be set and doesn't then chance even when the custom.css file is changed.

Can you help?

6 Answers

xtensive

More than a month ago #Permalink
Thanks for that, but it turns out this was a cloudflare issue. The site wasn't in developer mode. Now that it is, all is well. Apologies for the confusion

Igor Mihaljko

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,

Please post URL to your site so we can take a look

Igor Mihaljko

More than a month ago #Permalink
Can you try to put custom CSS code in the Custom code section of the template configuration and not in the custom.css file?

Toufiq - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi,

Please check this video adding procedure of custom.css file into helix.



-Thanks


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