CSS Styling

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      I am trying to style the vendors dashboard by editing the CSS, only I am finding it difficult.

      For example…to style the dashboard widget headers such as ‘Store Analytics’, ‘Sales by product’ etc.. on the main dashboard page, I use the class .page_collapsible, however this same class is also used for the sub menu on the settings page so whatever styles I use they are replicated for both.

      Is there anyway each page (Settings, Product Manager, Dashboard etc) could have it’s own ID so I can target a class (.page_collapsible) to only that page? Maybe I’m missing something.

      I am making quite a lot of style changes so need this clarified as it’s causing me a headache!!!

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      For “Store Analytics” you can use ID – “wcfm_dashboard_wcfm_anaytics” and for ‘Sales by product’ you can use ID – “wcfm_dashboard_wc_reports_pie”


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