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Remove input element styling from base CSS

  1. Hi Justin,

    would it be possible to remove styling of the input and textarea element from the Hybrid base CSS? I like to have plain old buttons, but it's hard to undo the styling without modifying the parent theme (which I'd rather not do as it makes upgrades painful).

    I admire the quality of your work!

    Cheers,
    Vegard

  2. No, this won't be removed from the base CSS files. You can either overwrite these files with your CSS, choose not to use them, or create your own file. They're merely there for easily setting up your theme. There would be no reason at all to modify the parent theme.

  3. Thanks for the reply, Justin. I'll just place a copy of the base CSS in my child theme folder, and modify that as needed.

    But just out of curiosity, do you know what the default styling of buttons would look like in CSS? Or does that depend on the browser?

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