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CSS Custom Classes Not Working

edited May 2019 in Muffin Builder

We built a site for a client using BeTheme 3 years ago using the WP Bakery builder. About 6 months ago, we added a mini site to the same website but used Muffin Builder to build out the pages. The site and mini site functioned correctly. However, now that the client is finally ready to launch the mini site, the custom CSS classes are not working. As far as I know, we've not made any changes other than updating plugins, theme, and Wordpress.

I've deactivated ALL plugins and the custom CSS classes are still not performing.

Almost all sections have some kind of color and image opacity added to them, so that the copy is easier to read. I've attached my CSS below, that previously worked, but now, none of my custom classes are engaging, even when I replace a class that is currently there with a new one.

.greybackground {
background-color: #f9fbfc; 
.greybackground img { 
opacity: 0.1; 

.colorbackground {
background-color: #0675e1; 

.colorbackground img { 
opacity: 0.1; 

.dimbackground {
background-color: #303945; 
.dimbackground img { 
opacity: 0.5; 


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