I’m not sure if I’m experiencing a bug or if I’m just doing something completely wrong.
I haven’t used the “Override Theme CSS” very much in the past (can’t remember the last time). I’m trying to make an override of a theme as I want this to fix across the theme only but not the entire website.
As an example, I added the following to the “Override Theme CSS” tab on the template.
color: #112d54 !important;
text-transform: uppercase !important;
font-weight: bold !important;
Saved. Didn’t show the changes on the preview. Published page…no luck. Full Published the site… no luck. Here is a page that uses that template: https://dickinsonstate.edu/about/. Looking to bold, color, capitalize the headings like “About DSU” on that page.
Am I doing something wrong or is there an obvious reason this feature wouldn’t be working?
We had an outside design team for the initial design so the override would be a perfect band-aid fix for us so we don’t break any other styling by accident.