The "Use Support System styles" option in the Support System front end does not go well with my site. I would like use the site default CSS, but there seems to be something in the Support System styling that is over-riding the default CSS and my manual over-rides. I have also had trouble with this styling in the Q&A plugin, particularly the textarea elements. There is no boarder and it is hard for people to see there is a textarea. I have added a separate textarea and line input box to see the style regular elements get, though just using test colors to make them stand out. Can you help me with the exact CSS identifiers to use to over-ride the Support System Textareas and also point me to in general how to find this for wpmudev plugins please? This inability to pick up the custom css styling is something I've had trouble with for a while and am trying to make more use of these excellent plugins, and I would really like to know "the key" to styling these elements. The default "use styling" or "light/dark" style options generally do not fit well in my themes. In particular I would like to be able to style buttons, textareas, input boxes and option picking, and sometimes when I add these to my CSS the plugin elements do not pick up the styles, like I have to be more specific or the styling is being applied after mine. I've read the documentation for the Q&A and Support System I believe and don't easily see the css elements and classes to reference to over-ride these. I can see it flash where it picks up my style for a moment then flashes back to a white textarea with no border.