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    I installed Catch Evolution and created a Child Theme using Orbisius Theme Extender plug-in. (Maybe I didn’t need to do that?)

    In the WordPress sidebar, I clicked on “Editor” (at the bottom of “Appearance”), and there I put the following custom css:

    #site-details h2 {  visibility: hidden; height: 0 ; }
    #header-content { padding: 0 !important; }
    #header-menu a {
    padding: 0 1.6em !important ;
    font-size: 16px !important ;
    img {border: 0 !important; }
    a { color: #b00000; }

    Everything’s working great except #header-menu a { padding: 0 1.6em !important ; }

    It works perfectly in firefox but it is totally ignored in chrome.




    @aparente001 : I checked your site in both Firefox as well as chrome and the header menu looks identical. Please try clearing the browser cache at your end. If the problem still persists let me know.


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