I´m using Generatepress + Elementor. I think Generatepress is overriding CSS for the <p> color, but I can´t figure out how to fix this.
Here are the details
– Originally, when I installed Generatepress, the “colors” module was activated, but today I deactivated it.
– I´m using Elementor Theme Style to define the color for all typography
– I noticed that the color for the <p> was not the one I wanted > When I check the code I notice that something is overriding Elementor here, and I think it´s generatepress, but I don´t know how to prevent this, since I already deactivated the “color” module in Generatepress Settings.
When I inspect the page, here is the code I see:
#a3a3a3.separate-containers .inside-article, .separate-containers .comments-area, .separate-containers .page-header, .one-container .container, .separate-containers .paging-navigation, .inside-page-header >> [NOTE: THIS IS THE ONE THAT IS OVERRIDING ELEMENTOR]
#717171 body.elementor-kit-533 >> [THIS IS THE ONE I WANT]
Thanks David, I´ll contact Elementor because I´m confused now: when I go to Elementor Theme Style, it says that I should deactivate the Global Colors in order for Theme Style to work properly. But if I deactivate Global Colors, then the paragraphs aren´t inheriting the color from Elementor Theme Style