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Customize style for addons (comment search, flagging, mentioning)  


e4rth
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There is this documentation about creating custom styles for the core appearance of the free plugin.

Is there something similar for the addons like comment search, report flagging and user comment mentioning? I would like to avoid just using higher specificity to overwrite the existing css for those addons/features.

Thank you very much!

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Astghik
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Hi @e4rth,

Is there something similar for the addons like comment search, report flagging and user comment mentioning?

I'm really sorry, but no. You should overwrite the existing CSS and put the CSS with higher priority in the Top Admin Bar > Customize > Additional CSS > "Additional CSS" textarea. 

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e4rth
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Hello @astghik,

Thank you for your reply!

Can I ask a follow up question about this

Posted by: @astghik

Top Admin Bar > Customize > Additional CSS > "Additional CSS" textarea. 

I am not sure where exactly this is. Is this in the wpdiscuz settings?

I would have just added the higher specified rules to end of the css file (that targets the wpdiscuz minimal style) that I created following that guide above.

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Astghik
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@e4rth,

I am not sure where exactly this is. Is this in the wpdiscuz settings?

I mean here like shown in the screenshot. 

Additional CSS box in Customizer

I would have just added the higher specified rules to end of the css file (that targets the wpdiscuz minimal style) that I created following that guide above.

This is also the correct way. You can put the CSS code in the files mentioned in the doc. 

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