Where to add this code in style .css

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  • #37949

    robjan80
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    Do you know where I would insert this code.  I was told to add it to my style.css  file. I am using the agency theme.

     

    .soliloquy-caption-inside { background: transparent !important; filter: none !important; -ms-filter: none !important; }

    #37953

    anitac
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    Just paste that at the bottom of the style.css file and save it.


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    #37958

    robjan80
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    Thank you…Now I am trying to get the captions of the soliloquy slider to the right. Here is what they said to do

    From there, you could enter this in your style.css file to have text to the right of your images. Set the slider the size you want it to be with both the text and image in the slide, and then do this in the style.css file:

    .soliloquy-item-image { max-width: 60%; }
    .soliloquy-caption { max-width: 40%; left: auto !important; bottom: auto !important; right: 0 !important; top: 0 !important; }

    I entered this code at the bottom as well but nothing changed.

    #37964

    marybaum
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    Can you post a link to your site?


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    #37965

    robjan80
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    Sure…but it’s a work in progress.

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    #38108

    robjan80
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    Now the caption is showing at the top of the image.

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