• Hello, I recently downloaded this plugin in and I love it. Definitely looks professional and good.

    But my problem is that I have the Gleam Theme which makes all my letters White, and normally that wouldnt be a problem but when I put information into my Listing such as Property Type or just any information at all from the menu. It ends up having a white box:

    Regular Writing

    White Box with Writing

    Regular Writing

    White Box with Writing

    and so on, as everyone who has this theme and the developer should know what i’m talking about despite my poor description.

    But because my writing is default white, and the box is white, I can’t see any of the information in the white boxes and neither can my clients.

    Is there anyway around this or to change the font color?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-property/

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  • Yes there is a way, are you good with CSS?

    Get custom css manager
    Use webdeveloper tools (a firefox addon) to find the class or id of the element containing the text. Then to see if it works, you can actually make edits to the css within webdeveloper to see how it affects that element before making the final change via css.

    oh man, i am very new to the point of never used CSS… can you give me a bit more detailed explanation on what I have to do?

    Ahh ok no problem. Is it possible for you to send me a link to the page in question? This would help tremendously.

    For sure, my website is http://www.g-realestate.com and go to Listings and select the only one ive uploaded so far. Then scroll down past the pictures and you will see exactly what im talking about.

    ummm… im not sure whats going on but now I cannot access my website….

    Ok, do this. Get the custom css manager plugin for wordpress and add the following code:

    ul#property_stats.list li.alt, ul.wpp_property_stats.list li.alt {
    background: none repeat scroll 0px 0px rgb(238, 238, 238);
    color: black;
    }

    See, I added the color black but you can change this to any color you want whether its hex, rgb or simply saying white, red, blue, purple or whatever. Let me know if this works for you.

    This is how it looks when I made the change via webdeveloper.

    false alarm, its back. I’m not sure what happened there.

    Probably a hiccup somewhere.

    Thats exactly what im looking for, thanks so much for the help. Now to do what you said and hope it works with my lack of skills

    Hey no problem, just paying it forward. Let me know if you get stuck. Working on my site right now so I will hang around.

    oh my goodness, that was so amazingly simple and perfect…. You’re the best! Thank you so much!!

    I have another question to ask of you, but not sure if your coding skills can help. But when you go on my website, and click listings, you see the listing in this thumbnail tab right? The entire tab is white, is there a way to change the color there? The white is really in your face with the more darker colors I have going with the theme. Is there a magical code you know for that one? lol

    No problem! Good luck with completing your site!

    hold up lemme have another look

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