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    Hello everyone, I’m new to this forum and new to coding.

    I’ve been building a website with wordpress and have found a certain plugin I would like to use. It’s called FL3R Feelbox.
    However, each time I enable it, it changes the position of the text in my posts as they appear in the homepage.

    To make myself more clear, here are two screenshots. The first is with the plugin disabled and how I want it to look and the second enabled and messed up.

    I tried contacting the creator of the plugin but received no answer.
    Also, the plugin seems to have an option that says to overwrite its CSS with the theme’s CSS, but does not function when I press Save Changes.

    I hope that you could help me with this because it’s been really frustrating.

    Thank you.


    Not a lot to go on… I can only advise to make sure that the CSS you’ve defined for the elements yourself, is placed after that of the plugin to avoid it being overridden. Linking to an example of both pages would probably be required to find the cause of it otherwise.


    Thanks for your time, the thread can be closed as the plugin’s creator helped me resolve the issue by modifying the theme’s CSS!

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