Override the fieldset css style of bootstrap

be.nawara
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be.nawara posted this 30 May 2019

Hello :-)

My customer will have a border on his fieldsets (wordpress page content).

I add in themler -> settings -> additional css a own css class:

.bootstrap-overrides-fieldset { border: 5px; }

and use it in the fieldset:

<fieldset class ="bootstrap-overrides-fieldset">

But, i didnĀ“t wok :-(

If I use the chrome dev tool, select the fieldset and deactivate the border: 0; option in the bootstrap.css, then it works. But, my goal is not, to manipulate the bootstrap.css

So, how can i solve my problem?

Best regards,
Benjamin

Hello :-) My customer will have a border on his fieldsets (wordpress page content). I add in themler -> settings -> additional css a own css class: .bootstrap-overrides-fieldset { border: 5px; } and use it in the fieldset: <fieldset class ="bootstrap-overrides-fieldset"> But, i didn´t wok :-( If I use the chrome dev tool, select the fieldset and deactivate the border: 0; option in the bootstrap.css, then it works. But, my goal is not, to manipulate the bootstrap.css So, how can i solve my problem? Best regards, Benjamin
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be.nawara
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be.nawara posted this 30 May 2019

After, I add "solide" to the border option, it will be displayed. It is a workaround, but not the final solution.

After, I add "solide" to the border option, it will be displayed. It is a workaround, but not the final solution.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 31 May 2019

Hello Benjamin,

The code should be like this:

.bootstrap-overrides-fieldset { border-width: 5px!important; }

Gina
Themler Support

Hello Benjamin, The code should be like this: .bootstrap-overrides-fieldset { border-width: 5px!important; } Gina Themler Support
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