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  • Chris McGee
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    I discovered a second way to tackle this issue without the custom CSS.

    Under Theme Options > Advanced > Theme Features, there is a toggle for Avada Styles for Slider Revolution. When set to Yes, the aforementioned gray borders are added, along with a slight shadow below them (or at least just below the top border). Changing this setting to No removes those borders and shadow(s).

    Chris McGee
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    in reply to: Button text size #654703

    Thank you, @marklchaves. I don’t know how I missed that part of the documentation.

    Also, I was mistakenly under the impression that a few of the Fusion Builder elements did not have the “CSS Class” field, but it seems I was wrong. Going over all the ones that are on our home page, they all do seem to have that field available, so yay!

    One last thing (for now): that “CSS Class” field only seems to accept one class. Is this true and, if so, is there a workaround to give an element more than one custom class?

    Chris McGee
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    in reply to: Button text size #654193

    So, like with the Slider Revolution mystery border, this is another situation where I’d need to add in some custom CSS. Okay, I can see that this is going to be a recurring theme (pun intended) with WordPress. However, one issue I have with this is custom classes.

    Is there any way to assign a custom class to some elements even if the Element Options for that element doesn’t have a “CSS Class” field? I mean, sure, I could probably use Chrome’s dev tools to find the selector for the items I need to alter, but assigning my own classes for certain things would be nicer.

    Chris McGee
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    Okay, two things:

    1.) How? Do I just go to Theme Options > Custom CSS and drop this in?:

    .avada-has-rev-slider-styles .avada-skin-rev {
      border: none;
    }

    2.) Is this going to be norm when working with WordPress and Avada? If I need something and cannot find the theme setting for it, I have to add some CSS to make it work?

    I mean, I guess the Theme Fusion folks cannot anticipate every possible customer’s need, so they just cover as many bases as they feel they need to?

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