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I have this css file included as https://****.com/wp-content/themes/my-listing/assets/dist/editor-styles.css?ver=2.4.3&wp-mce-4960-20190918 in the admin page.

I have made some manual modifications on https://****.com/wp-content/themes/my-listing/assets/dist/editor-styles.css (I have added some css code in this file)

However, these modifications are not visible on https://****.com/wp-content/themes/my-listing/assets/dist/editor-styles.css?ver=2.4.3&wp-mce-4960-20190918

How can I make these modifications that I made in the editor-styles.css file, also be visible in my admin page , that has included https://****.com/wp-content/themes/my-listing/assets/dist/editor-styles.css?ver=2.4.3&wp-mce-4960-20190918?

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    Have you cleared your caches? – Sally CJ Jul 15 at 8:44
  • you have provided too little information to determine problem , what are you doing and what are you trying to get done , but if it is plugin or theme generated file i could just asume that is has minified version which is the version finally deployed by your plugin/theme , to test does your custom css work would just recomend adding same lines to your theme's style.css and to add '!important' to the rules values. example : .header-top { background-color: red !important; } if you would provide more information what generates css and what you trying to achive would help futher determinati – Eddie Skruolis 4teen Jul 15 at 9:20
  • Yes, I can change color, it seems to only be a problem with the tinymce editor – Andreea Onica Jul 16 at 8:20

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