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This sounded very much like a caching problem. Specifically Browser Caching. Sometimes your Server may fail to fully serve an asset. Sometimes your Browser may incorrectly store an asset. This could have been a corrupt JavaScript file, or a corrupt CSS file. Either way, it was causing aesthetic problems on the Administration Screen of WordPress Knowing ...


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As far as I can tell, the most right column is being nested within the middle reviews column. I imagine that somewhere in the code (template, sidebar, or widget) there is a conditional statement causing your middle column to not get closed off before the right column starts. To illustrate what is happening, this is how it currently gets rendered: <div ...


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Your code works fine just the way you have it - I tried it. Maybe you have another plugin that unhooks existing login_enqueue_scripts hooks disabling yours? Otherwise it works provided: The code is in a plugin; style-login.css file is in the same directory as the plugin; Some WP CSS uses !important; such as body{ background }. So, you'll need !important ...


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A little late to the game here, but just to add to @Rilwis answer you could add the script to a function that checks if the no-js language attributes are added or not. While I don't use Modernizr, I do use the no-js detection script from twenty-sixteen so inclusion is pretty much the same. Doing it this way, you don't have to worry about removing the ...


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These are CSS classes for styling... comment-author-admin bypostauthor For (your) example: .commentlist .byuser {background-color: black;} .commentlist li ul.children li.byuser {border-top: 10px solid #e18728;}



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