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I am using the style =10 form with 3 custom fields. I changed the text on top to read Join Us, refreshed, but the Text does not show. I tried changing the color and still could not see the text. The text is there and can be seen if highlighted. Any idea how to resolve this? Thank you.
Unpublished page location is: dbhirdotrucking.com/signup-form
The text shows but is hard to read because of the color (it sort of matches the background color). To resolve the issue, visit the SES Form Styles, then select the option to edit form ID #10. There click on “Style” to open the CSS editor, and change this:
Notice where we added
color: #fff;, that will change the text color to white so it is easier to read. Feel free to change the color to whatever makes sense for your design.
Hi Jeff: I did that and it still doesn’t show. I added the color first and when that didn’t work I copied and pasted the entire code into the style editor. It still doesn’t show. The code below is directly under the code you show and I don’t know what it relates to. I tried changing it and that didn’t work either. thanks for your help.
Yeah I’m not sure then. It could be that your theme is overriding the plugin styles. You will need to investigate to find the cause of the issue. Normally on default WP just adding the color in the plugin settings works great.
Also that code snippet you posted is not what you’re looking for. Go to the same spot and try scrolling a bit in the CSS setting until you find the code that I mention in my previous reply.
I saw where the code belongs. So that’s not an issue.
So if you added the color CSS correctly, it should be visible in the browser’s code inspector. There you can determine which rules are overriding the h4 style.
Jeff: I made a work around. I changed the background color and font color from white to black. Changed “lighter” font to “bold”. Thanks for putting me in the right direction. Plugin is going to work great for my grandson’s business. Thank you.
That works, glad you got it sorted Kenneth. Let me know if any other questions, I’m here to help anytime.