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  1. nhtim
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  3. Saturday, 21 November 2020
I am getting text with a shadow in the editor & white on black text in preview. I had previously posted a problem with white on black text in the editor and the posted solution was to change the settings in configuration for high contrast mode to Yes. That cured the white on black text in the editor, but I now notice the shadowed text & still white on black text in the preview mode. Solution? I have included snapshots to see the issues
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That cured the white on black text in the editor, but I now notice the shadowed text & still white on black text in the preview mode. Solution? I have included snapshots to see the issues


The High Contrast Mode reset attempts to override some of the text styles sey by your template, so that text is readable in the editor, but it does not override text effects like text-shadow.

The Preview tab shows the editor content as it might appear in the front-end of your site, by styling the content with your tempate's stylesheets. This may not always be accurate, as the template could use multiple stylesheets that the editor is not configured to load, or different stylesheets for different parts of the site.

Which template are you using?
Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.
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The admin template is isis. The site template is Oculus by Rockettheme. I don't see anywhere in the website where shadow effects are used.
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Please post a link to and article on your site.
Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.
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Here is a link to an article, but the problem is not in the article itself. The problem shows itself in the editor.... https://massmayflower.org/index.php/juniors/juniors-contest
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Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.
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I have fixed this on your site by removing one of the template's unused compiled css files (whenever you make a change to the template, it creates a new compiled css file), which the editor was loading instead of the css file used by the template in the front-end.
Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean everybody isn't out to get you.
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Thank you!
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