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Changing sticky colors


  • dhalkias
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    @dhalkias

    I have copied the bbpress.css file to my child theme. However when I edit the sticky code to try and change the text color and background color nothing happens. My code is below.

    .bbp-topics-front ul.super-sticky,
    .bbp-topics ul.super-sticky,
    .bbp-topics ul.sticky,
    .bbp-forum-content ul.sticky {
    	background-color: #ffffff !important;
    	font-size: 1.1em;
    	color: #black !important;
    }
    

    Can anyone help me to get the colours working?

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  • ThemeTon
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    @themeton

    Looks you’ve added there important attribute. But please don’t add #black there. Use just black name instead of #black.

    And don’t forget to refresh your browser few more times until get new style changes or clear cache of your browser.

    Thanks


    dhalkias
    Participant

    @dhalkias

    Thanks for the reply,

    However it seems that none of my editing is working. I followed the instructions to copy the original bbpress.css to the css folder of my child theme. I just want to change header background color and the text/background color for stickies then I am done. Frustrating to say the least.


    interdeal.vn
    Participant

    @mrb00mb00m

    You can change color: black or color: #000

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