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  • #14380

    Hi! I just installed Abundance and Woocommerce into my WordPress site. I installed your demo version. When i go to the pages, all of the pre-written demo text in the Upload/insert box is white so i can’t see what is there unless i highlight it. I can’t see how to fix this. When i try to create a new page and enter text into this same area, it comes in white.

    #83229

    Hi,

    Have you added some CSS codes in custom.css, Quick CSS or some stylesheets that is linked to your site?

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #83230

    No, we haven’t done anything to it. It came in that way.

    #83231

    Hi mosesnutrition,

    Can you post a link to your site? so we can inspect it further.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #83232
    #83233

    Sorry, correction. It’s http://208.109.216.245/~nutritio/

    #83234

    Hi mosesnutrition,

    I checked your site and I think it’s all good and all the white text have a contrasting background color. Is this already fixed? I can’t seem to find the issue.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #83235

    Hi, it’s not on the site. It’s in the backend in WordPress. When working on the Upload/Insert box, all the code and text is white. The only reason i knew it was there was because of the red underlines the system put in for misspellings. I tried typing text into a Word doc and copy/pasting it into the backend and it too came in white. It’s very strange. We even looked into the css code for anything that would designate the text color as white (ffffff or fff) and we couldn’t find that anywhere. Please help as this makes it very hard to work on our pages. In fact, the whole backend, when working via your theme on any pages, any text or code or descriptions we enter goes in white (on a white background) so we can’t see it while in the backend. It displays properly on the actual site but not in the backend. We have to highlight the whole section in the backend just to see what we’re working on. We basically have to copy/paste any code we work on into a Word document, fix it and make changes we want, and then paste it back in.

    #83236

    Hi mosesnutrition,

    Try to download a new copy of WordPress, After downloading, kindly unzip the file.

    Then, try to go to wp-admin/css (of your site). Replace all the filenames, from filename.css to filename_bak.css. Then, get all the files in the wp-admin/css (of the new copy of WordPress) and upload it to the wp-admin/css of you site. This might restore the overall look of your backend. :)

    Regards,

    Ismael

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