The theme loads with an example style and a bunch of customization has been done to it. I suggest you copy the contents of CSS inserts to a text document and save it (you could also export the theme settings for a backup) then remove all the entries in the CSS inserts and see what it does.
Since you have them in a text file, you can add them back in a few at a time to see if 'your' style needs them.
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Last edited by juggledad; Jan 1, 2011 at 08:59 AM.
Jan 1, 2011, 06:14 AM
21 posts · Dec 2010
I'm comfortable modifying the CSS. There are several CSS files with the AT download. I tried modifying the td#header in styles/ata-default, however, that didn't seem to have an effect. Should the modification be added to atahualpa/styles.css?