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I'm working with the newest version of Breakthrough-Pro that is Gutenberg Ready. In the theme customization's there is an area to put in custom CSS. I normally don't do things this way, preferring to modify the style sheet. However, I was looking at it and can't figure out where these customization's are stored. They don't seem to be either in the style.css or the style-front.css.
Does anyone know?
Thanks Victor but let me re-phrase. Now where to I enter the new css code but what style sheet on the back end is the new code stored in? I don't see a change to style.css or style-front.css and yet the style entered in customization's worked and is stored somewhere.
Additional CSS is not stored in a style sheet at all. It's stored in the database and generated at run time as inline styles. Is that what you want to know?
If you use your browser's inspection tool, you can easily see where it's located in the generated code.
That's exactly what I wanted to know. Duh of course inline. Sorry, I was looking elsewhere. My bad. Thanks for clarity.
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