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  • #98531
    wilfried
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    Hi,

    Theme: coffee pro
    webpage: http://deparel.biz/wp/contact/

    As you see here: https://imgur.com/WpeBcwb

    Transmit button of contact form 7 is converted to uppercase
    Headers in footer are converted to uppercase

    How to switch this off? Can it be switched of for whose site?

    I have already this code but seems not enough:

    h1.entry-title, h1.page-title, h3.widget-title { text-transform: inherit;}
    .slide_info h2 { text-transform: inherit;}
    .logo h1 { text-transform: inherit;}
    h1, h2, h3, h4, h5 { text-transform: inherit;}
    #98540
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    Hi,

    Kindly go to Appearance >> Theme Options >> Basic Settings >> Custom CSS Box:

    Add this code there:

    .cols-4 h5, .wpcf7 form input[type="submit"] { text-transform:inherit;}

    Regards,
    Dave

    #98546
    wilfried
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    Hi,

    It does not work. It is still all in uppercase.

    #98554
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    Hi,

    Kindly go to Appearance >> Theme Options >> Basic Settings >> Custom CSS Box:

    Add this code there:

    .cols-4 h5, .wpcf7 form input[type="submit"] { text-transform:inherit !important;}

    Regards,
    Dave

    #98578
    wilfried
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    Hi,

    It was still not working. However when I set !important after the h1,h2,h3,h4,h5 then it works partial.

    The “Transmit button” is still uppercase: https://imgur.com/mp7iPCU

    The total css code now looks as this:

    .sitenav ul li, .leftwrap h2, h2.section_title, .section_title, h1.entry-title, h1.page-title, h3.widget-title { text-transform: inherit;}
    .slide_info h2 { text-transform: inherit;}
    .logo h1 { text-transform: inherit;}
    h1, h2, h3, h4, h5 { text-transform: inherit !important;}
    .contact_right p { height: 27px; overflow: hidden;}
    .cols-4 h5, .wpcf7 form input[type="submit"] { text-transform:inherit !important;}
    #98586
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    Hi,

    Kindly go to Appearance >> Theme Options >> Basic Settings >> Custom CSS Box:

    Add this code there:

    .contact_left .wpcf7 form input[type="submit"] { text-transform:inherit !important;}

    Regards,
    Dave

    #98589
    wilfried
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    Still uppercase…

    #98597
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    Hi,

    Okay, Kindly send us your URL of the site and WordPress admin details (Username & Password) via sktthemes.net/contact Please mention this forum URL while replying so that we understand what needs to be done.

    Regards,
    Dave

    #98641
    wilfried
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    Hi,

    I did some experiment. I made a child theme with only the CSS code where text-transform:uppercase was and changed to ‘none’. The line that changes my Send button is:

    #reservation_form input[type=submit], .wpcf7 form input[type="submit"] {
        text-transform: none;
    }

    However when I put it in custom CSS then it don’t work. When in child theme it works.

    So I made child theme with the changes from uppercase to none and all seems to work normal. So this issue is resolved.

    Could it help if I email you my child theme? It is only 60 lines of code.

    Thank you, Wilfried

    #98688
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    Cool

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