Modifying CSS file used by profile editor1 user found helpful
If you copy ccm.app.css into your /css folder and find line 39:
and change it to
Furthermore, even though this is the right way to do it, the problem isn't all gone yet. It still adds a 20px left margin to the text field which doesn't match any other inputs. Both of these problems are related to the span5 class that got added to the custom attribute. I'm currently trying to find the helper that renders that and override *that*, in order to take care of both these problems.
Here is a posting about Managing CSS files, modifying add-ons that validates my point
Lawlerfa and barrybsmith if yo want to send me a testing login to access the edit profile page, I can take a look and send you the css corrections you will need to implement for it to work across all browsers.
I guess I wasn't clear but, overriding the file in your root was exactly what I said. The link you posted validates my point but says nothing about overriding blocks in main.css. And again as I said before, his problem was introduced by the update and has to do with the core CSS, file I posted above, not from a block.
Ps, sorry if this comes across as animosity haha
I was worried that causing span5 not to float would domino problems elsewhere where that definition is used, but so far, so good!
In other words, here's what was happening:
With float:left on the fields' span, the edit form was displaying like this:
Overridden with float:none on the fields' span, it now displays (correctly) like this: