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Drupal 7 - Styles not rendering in newly added content

Posted on 2014-02-11
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I have created content using html in a new page in a Drupal 7 site, with existing styles applied from the same style sheet that is used to style other similar pages. The css selectors are the same but no style is being applied when the new page is saved. If I copy the similar html from an existing page created in the same way and paste its content into the new page as a test, it is also not formatted in the new page using the style.css file.

The new pages are visible in the menu and can be displayed, but not with styling. Can you advise?
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by:Chris Stanyon
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Can we see a link to your site, along with an example of what's not working / what you expect to be happening, otherwise we'll just be guessing :)
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by:Arrow_1
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How are you applying the styles to these pages? Is your style sheet loaded when you view the page source with your browser? Are your classes and ids still there when you view the page source with your browser?
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by:weknowjack
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Answering two of you:

I did not include this detail because I was first assuming there was a setting somewhere that had to connect the style sheet to a page. Not so, I suppose. That said...

Style sheet has always been loaded, styles are applied in the html via Drupal admin and other pages that display correctly have the same styles applied.

When I look at the new pages with Firebug, the styles are not applied.

Link to correctly styled and displayed page: http://zoom.snssystem.com/?q=apartments-page/uptown-dallas-apartments

Link to incorrectly displayed page: http://zoom.snssystem.com/?q=apartments-page/nw-dallas-apartments

You will see the id tag incorrectly applied to multiple things in a few places on correctly displaying pages, but we are fixing that. It does not effect the display far as I can tell.
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Arrow_1 earned 500 total points
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It looks like the style sheet is loading fine on both pages. However, the html is completely different. On the correctly styled page, for example, your data is in a table. On the incorrectly styled page, all of the data is in paragraphs.

If you are pasting in tables but getting paragraphs as an output, your input format likely needs to be changed. It is likely set to "filtered html" so that it filters out certain tags. When editing your page, there is a dropdown box directly below the form field where you entered your html. Be sure both pages have the same format selected.
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by:weknowjack
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That's the solution. It was set to Filtered HTML. Thanks!
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