Updating CSS Override
It is always a good idea to keep your custom CSS separate from the existing template or component styling. There are 2 ways to do CSS override; either through EasyBlog custom CSS or template custom CSS.
If you're using build-in EasyBlog custom css editor, you may navigate to Components > EasyBlog > Themes > Custom CSS and edit your CSS there. You may also open up the physical file in your current Joomla template: /templates/
However, if you're utilizing template custom css, you may find it under /templates/
In the latest version of EasyBlog 5.1.x, we have deprecated the usage of
#fd.eb by replacing it with
#eb. Hence, if you're using
#fd.eb in your custom CSS, your styling will not be working correctly. To fix this, you will need to do Search & Replace all
#fd.eb selector on your custom CSS and replace it with
You will need to make sure that the class selectors are defined correctly according to the new EasyBlog DOM.
The following are the example how you can fix your custom CSS: