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Thrive page builder CSS Style
I'm using the Thrive Page Builder.
I used the shotcode to put the wpdiscuz comments into the builder made page.
Unfortunately, the Builder page doesn't use theme CSS, so the comments style doesn't apply.
But the builder supports Custom CSS.
Is there a way to add custom CSS and use the same style as the general theme within the builder?
The wpDiscus CSS doesn't depend on your theme CSS, it should be loaded in any case. Please provide us some example URL to allow us to check it.
You can see other results coming from the same homepage at the link below.
Page with wpDiscuz style setting applied - https://milton-erickson.xyz/2019/03/22/hello-world/
Page where wpDiscuz style setting is not applied - https://milton-erickson.xyz/nlp-2/
I want the wpDiscuz style applied to the nlp-2 page.
I guess you mean the comment form shown on the screenshot. If so, this is not the wpDiscuz comment form. It seems your current active theme calls twice the comment template.
The wpDiscuz comment form with its styles is just below of the first one. Please watch the video:
I attach additional screenshots.
I'm also sending you a video to help you get, so you can refer to the link below.
we've checked this issue as well. It seems some of the active plugins or current theme doesn't allow the wpDiscuz styles to be loaded on the current page. To find the problem make one, please deactivate plugins one by one and check after each deactivation. Then switch some default theme and check again.
Thrive Builder using their own style.
And supports Custom css field.
So is there any way to apply the original wpDiscuz style using the thrive built-in custom css?
you can find wpDiscuz CSS rules in /wpdiscuz/assets/css/wpdiscuz.css file, so you can copy the styles from this file and add it in your theme's custom CSS fields, or add it in your theme CSS file.