But there is one problem I can’t fix. I think it’s related to the css of the theme. Whenever I want to add tables or <ul>or anything else in a php file of my wordpress ( for styling or ading values/images/etc. ), there is an auto-formatting going on and destroying any hope I could have of making something work right.
Any <table>inserted into the php will be 100% width, even if I write <table width="40">.
Any <ul> and <div> will be formatted right-to-left and aligned at the right.
Any image I’ll echo on the page will have a grey border.
I really don’t get it. I don’t find these settings in the css files.
This is part of the problem. You should not be editing any of the theme’s core files or WordPress files directly. This is just one of many issues you will run into doing that.
If you add them by editing a post or page, then there are ways to override the built-in CSS.
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