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Nathan Goldbaum
May 14, 2019 02:00 AM 1 Answers
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I love the new Post Grid admin layout. However, I’m certain that I used quite a bit of custom CSS on my post grid layouts. That CSS seems to still be applied, but I cannot access it from the admin page. Since that’s where I added it, I don’t know how to access it, now that I want to make a slight alteration. Please help!

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May 14, 2019
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Welcome to our forum.

Please see the screenshot where to edit CSS

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If you can’t access this tab please clear browser cache or try another browser, let me know the result.

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Nathan Goldbaum
- May 15, 2019 01:14 AM
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I'm not using CSS Plus. I'm using Divi Theme, though, from Elegant Themes. May have the same effect.

I accidentally knocked out my post grid CSS and had to recreate it. I can use the Inspector to pull it out and replace it, if I have to, but would rather have it show up for editing than have to pull it out of the DOM each time.

Providing PickPlugins temporary admin access.

joshlalik
- May 14, 2019 11:56 PM
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Are you using CSS Plus, Nathan? I have been having similar issues with Post Grid 2.0.31, 2.0.32, and 2.0.33 conflicting with CSS Plus – it makes my CSS Editor boxes blank and unclickable and disables the "preview changes" button on all pages/posts.

If you're using CSS Plus: download "WP Rollback" and roll Post Grid back to v2.0.30 until the issue is resolved by either Post Grid or CSS Plus developers.

PickPlugins
- May 14, 2019 09:44 PM
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Can you please send me temporary admin access to your site i will check the issue.

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