One plugin is canceling the other out — What CSS will override the first?

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  • #1538086

    holosphere
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    I have two plugins, and the function of one is canceling the other out.
    What custom code can I insert to help that second override the first? ( I use the widget Advanced Code Editor to make custom edits to
    plugins.)

    Plugins:
    1) “Disable Comments”
    2) “WordPress Media Tags”

    I use a lot of images in my media Library so it’s helpful to use Tags – which only apply to the library. When I activated the Disable Comments widget for “media”, it applies across the entire site. It took care of the comments under my slideshow, making it cleaner… but now it seems to have disabled my “Media” Library Tags too?

    There is no “custom override” for the Disable Comments plugin, so I’m going to see if there is code I can add to the Media Tag plugin that will override it. All I need is for this second one to work again so I can use my library tags.

    Is this do-able?

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    #1538171

    auxclass
    Member

    You are in the wrong forum – you need to make friends over at WordPress.ORG the keepers of the software you are using – see above for the links

    #1538172

    holosphere
    Member

    oh, right, thanks!

    #1538174

    auxclass
    Member

    You be welcome

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