Support » Plugin: 10Web Social Feed for Facebook » Change color of post words, and Lightbox not opening

  • Resolved abickford

    (@abickford)


    Hiya, I just downloaded this plugin and it’s pretty good. I just have a couple of issues. I made the background transparent, which is great, but now the text is too dark on the background color and I’d like to make it white. What is the coding for that? Also, when I click on a picture to open the lightbox, it just comes up with the little loading symbol and won’t load. Any help is lovely, thanks! The plugin is at the bottom of the page. (also this site is very new and in the process of being made so that’s why it looks so unfinished)

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  • Plugin Support Agapi

    (@agharibyan)

    Hello there,

    Please use the following code to make the font color lighter on your Facebook feed. You can add it to Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS option:

    div[class^="ffwd_blog_style_object_info_container_"] * {
        color: #d8d8d8 !important;
    }

    As for the problem with the lightbox, there’s a JavaScript error upon clicking on images, so this could be a conflict with your website theme or another plugin. Could you please:

    • Temporarily deactivate the rest of your plugins and see if the problem still occurs.
    • Temporarily switch to a different theme, preferably a WordPress default, then check whether the ordering works.

    You can re-activate the plugins and the theme after troubleshooting.

    Please inform us of the results.
    Thanks!

    Double Edit: I fixed it. So the color is all good now, the lightbox is still an issue but I may just disable it or have it link to facebook instead.

    Edit: I actually just noticed another issue with the color. When I put the code into the custom CSS in customize mode, I can immediately see the words change to white. However, when I publish that code and exit out of the customizer, the words are still black. Any idea why this would happen?

    Thank you for the code! The color change worked and looks great. I tried the troubleshooting techniques for the lightbox and they didn’t work out. When just ran the facebook feed plugin in troubleshooting mode (with all other plugins disabled but with the same theme), the lightbox wouldn’t open. When I switched the whole site to troubleshooting mode and changed the theme, I got this message when trying to enable the facebook feed plugin “When enabling the plugin, wd-facebook-feed, a site failure occurred. Because of this the change was automatically reverted.” So I couldn’t fix that issue. But definitely loving the color!

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by  abickford.
    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by  abickford.
    Plugin Support Agapi

    (@agharibyan)

    Hi, thank you for trying the CSS solution and troubleshooting the problem.

    Could you please replace the original FFWDViewPopupBox.php file in the plugin with this modified one? The file is in /wd-facebook-feed/frontend/views/ directory.

    Please make sure to keep the old file just in case any issues occur.

    Let me know if this helps.
    Cheers!

    I tried that and it didn’t seem to fix the issue. The lightbox will still not open. If there is no way to fix the problem, is there a way to just disable the lightbox feature altogether?

    I have a new question, not sure if I should make a new topic or not but I was wondering if there is a way to make two posts show up side-by-side rather than on top of each other?

    Thanks!

    Hi,

    Please note that you can switch off the lightbox by changing the image onclick to “Do Nothing”. Please see here.
    Please note that in the free version, only the blogstyle view is available. In order, to bring two images side by side we can suggest to use the following CSS code:

    #ffwd_container1_0 #ffwd_container2_0 .blog_style_object_container_0{
    width: 50%;
    float: left;
    }
    #ffwd_container1_0 #ffwd_container2_0 .blog_style_object_container_0 img {
    max-width: 100% !important;
    }

    However, we can not be sure which particular issues it may create regarding the responsiveness.

    Thanks. Have a nice day.

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