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How to change Admin Reply

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  • Shmoo
    Participant

    @macpresss

    Try adding this to your CSS.

    
    .type-reply.user-id-1 { background: #ff000; }
    

    Change the number 1 in the line above with the user_ID number of your admin-/moderator user-id-1


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration

    Hi Shmoo,

    Seems it is coloring only part of the container. look at the image:

    http://imageshack.com/a/img713/8002/zbjk.jpg

    Many thanks for the tip.


    Shmoo
    Participant

    @macpresss

    Well try using your browsers Web inspector that will guide you through your code and gives you a visual image of where and what you can change because every site can be different.

    This is an old video but I think every browser today has an Inspector inside it by default. It gives you an idea of how you can spot some HTML classes and what you should target to change.


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration

    Hi Shmoo,

    I am using firebug to do this, but can’t find the class who is responsible for the entire content.

    But thanks for the help, appreciate very much.


    Shmoo
    Participant

    @macpresss

    Well I can’t help you from my side of the computer, if you have a link to a Live website I can help you with this problem.


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration

    duplicate post, sorry.


    Shmoo
    Participant

    @macpresss

    Try this.

    Your HTML and CSS isn’t very pretty but this will do the trick I believe.

    
    .type-reply.user-id-1 {
         background: #91CDEA;
         border-top: 1px solid #BEC3C7;
         border-bottom: 1px solid #BEC3C7;
         overflow: hidden;
    }
    

    Btw, if you have copied the default bbpress.css stylsheet from the plugins folder to your own theme ( wp-content/themes/your-theme-name/css/ ) folder you can edit and customize that new bbpress.css file. You don’t have to place all your custom CSS inside the style.css – just customize the bbpress.css inside your theme folder.

    Right now you’re working too much with the !important; attribute just trying to overwrite default stylings while it’s not needed if you simply customize the bbpress.css stylesheet.


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration

    I’ll try this at home for sure(Right now i am working).

    I’m using a child theme, and don’t know too much about bring another css style to it. maybe it’s simple, maybe not. i will see this later for sure (about !important and how to import css of other plugin)..

    I really appreciate your help and come back with a answer soon.

    Thanks.


    Gabriel Galvão
    Participant

    @threadsgeneration

    Hi Shmoo,

    It works like a charm!!!

    Very thanks for your patience and useful help..

    Thank you so much.

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