[Resolved] Old CSS messing up new theme

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    Hi Guys,

    I know over the last few months I’ve been asking the GP support, and I’ve been applying these fixes to my website. Today I decided to scrap the theme and go with another GP theme.

    I decided to go with the DISPATCH theme.

    (1) However, on my new site, I don’t know if its some of the CSS fixes from the previous GP theme, but font colors and spacing is all over the place, as you’ll notice on my site. (Notice the white fonts that blend into the background on the right sidebar, or the lower half of the site – body text is running out of the column space)

    (2) And why does my homepage look nothing like the Dispatch site-library preview homepage? I don’t have any pictures, so I understand why there’s no pictures in my post previews, but more importantly, the layout of the Dispatch site-library preview for the homepage looks nothing like the homepage layout I have at present.

    Can you please let me know how to reset the theme – such that any CSS get over written with how Dispatch should look including the styling and fonts etc. And to remove any other code that may have transferred when I installed the new theme?

    Thanks guys

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    the Sites are not designed to be installed on a pre-built Site as conflicts can occur.
    It looks like the Dispatch settings were imported correctly, but there are some things amiss, such as there are no featured images on your posts. It also missing the Magazine Header Grid element ( Appearance > Elements ) and the other Header Elements it should have imported.

    You can put the theme back to the standard GP Settings by:

    1. Appearance > GeneratePress > Reset Setting
    2. Customizer > Additional CSS > Delete all CSS
    3. Remove any pages / posts / menus created by the Dispatch theme.

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