Child Themes and Over-riding CSS (possible bug/loophole/me-not-knowing-what-I’m-doing?)
So, you are developing a child theme so that you can preserve the Buddypress default theme for upgrading purposes. Occasionally, you add more content to your child theme’s style.css that overrides the default.css, and that’s fine.
But what if the default.css has information that you just want ignored, not replaced? For example, the default.css has table width:100%. I don’t want to replace the table width with a different value, I want that setting ignored completely on a overriding css level (my table widths are set in every table I put in any given individual post, and varies from entry to entry, sometimes they are 50%, sometimes 30%, etc)
Sure, I can delete the css entry on default.css, but I’d rather keep bp-default unedited if possible, right?
Any advice or direction on what I may be missing?
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