Can you style the map markers with CSS?

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Hi There,

I have some responsive css that's interfering with the map controls and custom markers.

I've overridden:

And added a class to reset the width: 100% on images but it only fixes the controls - is there a way to control the size of custom markers via css?

I'm having trouble even locating the marker images when I inspect the page - do you know what classes I should be using to style them?



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cmscss replied on at Permalink Reply
Sorry, have just realised it's because I need to generate a thumb.

Is there a way to pass the custom marker through the c5 image helper using an override? I can't figure out which template to override sorry.



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