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[resolved] RSS Widget Title has White Background until Hover (4 posts)

  1. Brewz
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I’m putting together a site using the Themekraft Custom Community 1.15 and after installing Buddypress today, the title on the RSS Feed Widget, as well as on the RSS logo have a white background that I can’t figure out how to change. Can someone look at it and tell me what might need to be changed. I feel like I’ve tried every setting and it hasn’t fixed the issue. This is my first installation of Buddypress and I don’t really know what I’m doing yet with it ; )

    I just have the standard theme plugins installed that come worth wordpress with the exception of conditional Captcha, whic was installed before this problem appeared. I didn't experience the problem before installing buddypress over Custom Community.

    Thanks to anyone that can help me out!
    http://brewz.org

  2. Svenl77
    Member
    Theme Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi @brewz,

    Please have a look in the theme settings under the tab "Sidebars".

    There are 3 Accordions for the "Sidebar widget title".

    If I Inspect your site, I can see the following style added.

    div.item-list-tabs ul li.selected a, div.item-list-tabs ul li.current a, div.pagination, div#subnav.item-list-tabs, div#leftsidebar h3.widgettitle, div#sidebar h3.widgettitle, div.widgetarea h3.widgettitle, div#leftsidebar h3.widgettitle a, div#sidebar h3.widgettitle a, div.widgetarea h3.widgettitle a, div#footer .cc-widget h3.widgettitle, #header .cc-widget h3.widgettitle, div#footer .cc-widget h3.widgettitle a, #header .cc-widget h3.widgettitle a {
    background-color: #f0f0e4;
    }

    I guess you added "f0f0e4" somewhere in the theme settings.
    If you can not find the option in the theme settings, you could overwrite the css in the CSS Tab under Overwrite CSS:

    just change the background-color to none.

    div.item-list-tabs ul li.selected a, div.item-list-tabs ul li.current a, div.pagination, div#subnav.item-list-tabs, div#leftsidebar h3.widgettitle, div#sidebar h3.widgettitle, div.widgetarea h3.widgettitle, div#leftsidebar h3.widgettitle a, div#sidebar h3.widgettitle a, div.widgetarea h3.widgettitle a, div#footer .cc-widget h3.widgettitle, #header .cc-widget h3.widgettitle, div#footer .cc-widget h3.widgettitle a, #header .cc-widget h3.widgettitle a {
    background-color: none;
    }

    hope this helps you solve your problem.

  3. Brewz
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Neither of those made any change. However, I thought just for fun I would change the background color setting in the general area to my desired color. It worked! This doesn't seem like it should have worked, I don't know why it would inherit that widget color from the background. The strange thing is that the background of the theme did not change when I made the change, I guess because I have the color set in global WP settings? Seems like something isn't right here, but I'm not geeky enough to figure it out. ; ) Maybe a bug? I don't think I had the issue before installing buddypress.

  4. Svenl77
    Member
    Theme Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Sorry, I could not reproduce this issue. If you find out what combination of settings creates the error please let us know.

    Thanks again for your feedback.

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