Support » Plugin: Recent Tweets Widget » Changing the colour of the text in the tweet

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  • Not sure if you are still looking for an answer, but we ran into this same issue on one of our sites – figured we’d offer a suggestion.

    The plugin author should add font color as a setting, but here is one workaround:
    We found where the font color settings can be added in the plugin file titled “tp_twitter_plugin.css”

    We then added the below line of code to the “style.css” file in our child theme to make the font white (change #ffffff to your preferred color).

    .tp_recent_tweets li {
    color: #ffffff;
    }

    We found the right line of code to edit by using a combination of Chrome Inspector (to find the name of the property to edit) and our own WordPress plugin (to find which file[s] that line of code is hiding in).

    For reference, our plugin is called WP Backend File Search, and it’s very helpful for finding and editing CSS (and also adding line numbering, line wrapping and color themes to your WP editor).

    Cheers!

    Plugin Author grimmdude

    (@grimmdude)

    Editing theme’s CSS is the recommended way to change widget style. Thanks,

    -Garrett

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