Some elements are not displaying (existing client, ticket reply) when using the Bridge

Many WordPress themes have a conflicting CSS rule that causes certain hidden elements not to show when they are meant to.

EG:
- On checkout, when clicking on "Existing Client", the login form does not appear.
- On clicking "Reply" when viewing a ticket in the client area, the ticket reply block does not appear (or a big blank space appears).

Please add the following CSS rule to your "Custom Styles" block in the WordPress Bridge Settings:

.hidden {
visibility: inherit !important;
}

 

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