Use of !important in responsive.css causing problems
I’m trying to make some changes to a child theme based on the Buddypress default theme.
By default the WP Admin Bar is hidden below screen widths of 768px. I would like to reinstate it and have done so by adding the following to my theme:
display: inline !important;
But responsive.css in the Buddypress default theme sets the following:
margin-top: -28px !important;
This forces the header up underneath the wpadminbar when the screen is less than 768px wide. Because it is set as !important I cannot apply CSS to the body tag elsewhere that takes precedence over it.
Why is the theme coded in such a way that makes customising it so tricky?
My next attempt to make this work will be to add a 28px tall div at the top of the page only when the screen width is below 768px, but that’s an unsatisfying and clunky solution.
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