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    I used firebug as I normally do to look at the CSS and modify it by adding code to the Quick CSS in this theme. But no matter what I try, I cannot get rid of this black background (#111111) that is behind the comment making it hard to read. I have tried to also edit the core files for bbpress-mod.css and bbpress-mod-21.css without any luck.

    I just need to change this color to something more subtle like #f2f2f2 or get rid of the black altogether.

    Looks like something is overriding my quick CSS! Please help!




    Hi ehong33234,

    Without seeing it live and inspecting it myself I’m not sure what it could be. My guess is you are incorrectly targeting it with the wrong selector or something else has a more specific selector. You could try just forcing it with !important as well.

    If you can provide a link to an example, we can better assist.




    Hi Devin, I turned it off of maintenance mode for you to take a look. Thanks!


    It looks like you have this set which is causing the color:

    #bbpress-forums .even, #bbpress-forums .bbp-replies .odd{

    Look for that in your Quick CSS or if it isn’t there, add it there and modify the color code as needed.




    That’s the strange thing. I just added it in there and changed the color code, as I have tried this before already, and it doesn’t do anything. I even put !important; yet nothing.

    #bbpress-forums .even, #bbpress-forums .bbp-replies .odd{


    Where are you adding it in? I don’t see the adjust css inspecting it now.




    I was adding it to quick CSS under propulsion theme options. Just tried to do it through cpanel file manager for custom.css and I think it worked! thx.


    Do you know how I can get bbpress to inherit all propulsion css? It looks like it is using it’s own css?



    That’s not possible. BBpress uses a stylesheet to style the forum and Kriesi uses (Purchase code hidden if logged out) .css (or wp-contentthemespropulsionconfig-bbpressbbpress-mod.css) to overwrite some styles.



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