Custom styling pricing filter

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2 years 1 month ago #339838


How do i add custom styling to the pricing filter, shown in the attachment.
I want to change it entirely.
Thanks in advance,



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2 years 1 month ago #339846


You can have a look on this method to add your own css command, here.

Now, some advice in order to be sure to prioritize your own css command thanks to a good selector :
1. First the minimum necessary to function properly :
Check that your selector is well written, good class (or Id) html and no mistake or typo
If your command is visible in your browser inspector tool, but is overridden (css command crossed out), then his priority isn't strong enough.

2. Now, some css priority system explanation :
From less to the highest priority :
.html_class_element {command: value}
.html_class_module .html_class_element {command: value}
.html_class_page .html_class_module .html_class_element {command: value}
.html_class_page .html_class_module .html_class_element {command: value !important;}

Note, that if 2 css commands have strictly the same selector, then the last written in the css file will be the one used.
Hope this will help you to achieve what you need.

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