Here's the site I'm having problems with:


For some reason, my custom theme I created for the Jquery UI is being overridden by the google hosted stylesheet, and I have no idea where in my theme it is referencing the stylesheet. Wherever it is, I need to get rid of it. I'm trying to style the progress bars in the sidebar so that they are 20px high. I have done this in my custom theme stylesheet but it just keeps being overridden.

Any suggestions?



try and use the correct syntax in the stylesheet:

/* jQuery UI Progressbar 1.8.13*/ /* Progress bars on about page*/ .ui-progressbar.ui-widget.ui-widget-content.ui-corner-all { height:20px; text-align: left; }

(i don't know where the google css comes from. and excuse the way the code is presented; the 'code' button seems to be out-of-order)

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  • Awesome, that worked. It would be great to know what is calling the Google css though..thanks – remi90 Jun 2 '11 at 16:17

The Google CDN jQuery UI stylesheet is loading after your themes CSS so it will override any of your styles.

Your also getting a 404 for http://ashleymosuro.com/newsite/css/jquery-ui.css?ver=3.1.3

The Google CDN CSS is being enqueued with wp_enqueue_style with the handle custom-datefield-style-css. You should be able to remove it from functions.php or it might be in header.php

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  • That's odd...as I'm referencing it like this: wp_register_style( 'jqueryUiStyle', get_bloginfo('template_url') . '/css/jquery-ui.css', true); in my functions.php. In my styles.css I also have @import "css/jquery-ui.css"; – remi90 Jun 2 '11 at 16:31
  • Sorry for the double comment but I still can't find the google css link? Not in functions.php – remi90 Jun 3 '11 at 10:07

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