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    Just updated to v1.8 so I could use the new datepicker. However, the datepicker container is completely transparent and so its difficult to read the ‘prev/next’ and month and days. I managed to change the background to a solid white in firebug so that it was much clearer but that was by adding background:#fff to the element style of div #ui-datepicker-div. But when I added that to custom CSS it made no difference.

    What ID or class do I need to add styling to, to give the datepicker container a coloured background so it can be easily seen against the form behind it when its activated.

    Also, the ‘Today’ button doesn’t seem to work for me either….





    You can add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS

    #wp-calendar td, #wp-calendar th {
    text-align: center;
    font-size: 11px;
    padding: 3px;
    background: white;




    OK, ignore me please. I am running W3 Total Cache and I had to clear all caches before the datepicker would display as intended. So I realise I don’t even need to add any CSS to make it look right now – it’s perfect and I can even see that the today button works now that the correct CSS is being applied!!

    Sorry to waste your time again…

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