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Tabber Widget Css Vanished After Builder 4.0 Core Upgrade

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#1 icecorescientist


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Posted 29 November 2012 - 11:09 AM

Hi guys
I've re-installed my old core theme in the meantime.
After upgrading theme to 4.0  - the tabber widget css got messed up.
Tried updating with current tabber/ custom css and it made no differerence - so given up for the moment.
Any advice would be cool.

#2 Elise Alley

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 11:17 AM

Hi Stevie,

When you say the Tabber Widget CSS got messed up, was it custom CSS you added?  If so, did you add them to the bottom of your theme's stylesheet?  Or did you add it to the plugin itself?  We don't recommend adding it to the plugin as updates will overwrite any changes you've made.  If you made the changes in your theme's stylesheet, did you copy it before updating the theme?

Let us know any other specific details you have!