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I've just loaded the latest version of Magazine Pro (3.2.3) on a couple of websites and simple CSS changes in the stylesheet do not work, but if I go into customize > additional CSS in the admin area, the exact same code works fine. Another site where I'm using Magazine Pro, but an earlier version (3.1), does not have this problem.
I noticed additional files in the lib folder of the new version and one, customize.php, that sets various parameters on load. Does this also prevent any changes to style.css from being recognized? I often use style changes I've made on one site on another one and this is a bit awkward. Is this an intentional change or is there something different I'm missing?http://horsepowersports.com/
Please share a specific example of what you've changed that isn't working. In all likelihood, you are experiencing a caching issue. Keep in mind that styles area rendered in browsers where the last change in the stack is the one that takes priority, so issue could be related to timing as well. Inline styles will take priority over style sheet. It's pretty easy to see what's happening with your browser's inspect tool: https://victorfont.com/how-to-use-your-browsers-inspect-tool/
You're right, seems to be a caching issue. Kinda weird, though, don't remember this happening before. With browsers getting so many updates, maybe something was changed. Cleared the browser cache and updates are OK. Well, back to work. Thanks.
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