SOLVED: Links inside the Comment Element don't inherit theme styling

Browser: Chrome 110
OS: macOS / Windows / Linux / etc.
URL: Learning Poison Ivy – Dandelion Forest

I added a comment element to my single page template. It wasn’t inheriting the theme color/behavior I set for my links. I was able to get around it by adding this custom code in Bricks Settings:

/comment links not inheriting theme color/behavior/
.brxe-post-comments a {
color: var(–bricks-color-mldvss);

.brxe-post-comments a:hover, .brxe-post-comments a:focus {
text-decoration: underline;

But general links anywhere (not on the button, I did see that bug report and fix in the css code) should inherit what is set for the theme. Without the link color/behavior, you can’t tell the text is a link. The URL I posted is fixed by the CSS, but you can see a couple of links in the first couple of paragraphs and then the fixed link text (“Learn how your comment data is processed”).

Here is the relevant CSS from the inspector panel:

.brxe-post-comments a {
color: var(–bricks-color-mldvss);

which overrides

a {
border-color: currentcolor;
color: currentcolor;
cursor: pointer;
text-decoration: none;

Hi Chris,
Thanks so much for your report!

I reproduced the issue and added it to our bug tracker.

Best regards,

Hey @ellomumsy,

we’ve fixed this issue in Bricks 1.9, now available as a one-click update in your WordPress Dashboard.

Please let us know if you are still experiencing issues.