Can You Override Inline CSS???

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    Is it possible to ovveride inline CSS (or at least edit the template) if it has an ! important tag in it?

    Agency Pro them (maybe some others) uses inline CSS if you use an image for the header (instead of text).

    #header {
    background-size: auto !important;

    But that means the background image for the #header div is NOT responsive.

    It needs to be changed to:

    #header {
    background-size: 100% auto !important;

    In order to be responsive.

    So can the CSS be overridden in the style sheet?

    If not, any idea which template would need to be edited?

    Thanks in advance.



    If the inline CSS has and !important declaration it wins.

    But check first if the CSS is actually inline – it is more probable that’s it in the style sheet check:


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