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  • Resolved tycooko

    (@tycooko)


    Hello.
    Basically what the title says! 😉
    I’m within the page to edit a form; I’ve changed the colors of the notifications text as follows:

    .mailpoet_validate_success {
    color:#3d8d21 !important;
    }

    .mailpoet_validate_error {
    color:#a10a57 !important;
    }

    But in the frontend, nothing happens. The colors stay as the standard ones.
    What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for your time!

    Matteo

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  • Make sure the front-end of your website isn’t cached.

    Thread Starter tycooko

    (@tycooko)

    Hello.
    I’ve already cleaned the cache of both my site and the browser.
    Before I publish the link to my site, I want to warn everyone that it is a gay fetish-oriented adult site.
    Here you go: http://www.psmtickling.com/home .
    The form is in the footer of every page of the site, including the one I’m linking.

    Thread Starter tycooko

    (@tycooko)

    Ok, so I’ve found out what was wrong: you guys put the wrong identification in the form’s style editor.
    The right one is not “.mailpoet_validate_error”, but “.parsley-custom-error-message” (discovered inspecting the code of the frontend with my browser).
    With this one, it finally recognized the new color.

    Thanks anyway.

    Matteo

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