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    Hello – is it possible at all to override CSS that is “hard coded” into the HTML of a site by a WordPress plugin? I’m about 90% done with a site that a client expects to be completed today, and just realized that the height of my slider is basically set in stone by the plugin’s settings at 576px. That’s great for PCs, but it sticks with it for mobile devices, and I just can’t seem to get it to change with mobile-specific CSS. The plugin just adds a style=”” bit right into the HTML. Can anything change that, if that is how the plugin works? I’m frantic trying to figure out if I can fix this, or need to find a whole new plugin and start the custom styling process over.

    Site in process is at:

    The code in question is here:

    Thanks for any help!


    To me it looks to be adapting to every screen size? Only JS could override inline style but that looks quite complicated to implement.

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