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Tagged: WordPress 4.9
I have upgraded to wordpress 4.9 and now cannot find the appropriate CSS in the new editor.
etc do not show up in the CSS yet I can see them in the Chrome Inspector.
I am perplexed. What have I done wrong?
I noticed in 4.9 in Firefox, CTRL-F doesn't search the entire editor, only the current visible viewport
I have reverted back to 4.8.2 for now.
I cannot find the appropriate title in either.
I have reverted to WordPress 4.8.2 and can find my way around the CSS again. It now searches the entire file not just the visible within the screen opening.
I am still struggling to change the menu colours in Infinity Pro theme though. It has me beat.
Copy/paste those codes and add the div you want to the as a prefix .genesis-nav-menu div
Also if you move any section above/below wrap add; .wrap after the div
As far as I remember all themes work around the same or similar divs
In WordPress 4.9, this is also a problem in the latest version of Chrome for Mac.
Searching a CSS file in edit mode only scans the viewport. Great. More improvements.
I was told once to never upgrade to the X.X version.
Wordpress 4.9 seems somewhat flawed. Best to wait for 4.9.1 or more.
I should have heeded that advice on this one. It's cost me a lot of time.
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