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  • #236264

    Hi!

    I’m a bit stuck somewhere with a plugin that I’m using, which doesn’t obey my custom styling rules. I think it might be due to a conflict with Enfold styling..

    Please check the page: https://scypho.se/kop/

    I want to be able to style the white username & password input areas – their width, font-size, and especially background-color. Any suggestions?

    Thanks!
    Emin

    #236268

    By the way, on the username section, there’s a strange dot in the beginning that appears on Chrome and Safari. I guess it’s a webkit thingie. Any idea how I can remove it?

    Thanks,
    Emin

    #236276

    Hi Emin! :)

    Have you tried adding !important rule? If not, please try using following code

    #sexy-login-content-tab input[type="text"], #sexy-login-content-tab input[type="password"], #sexy-login-content-tab input[type="email"] { width: 100% !important; background-color: #fdffe3!important; }

    Regards,
    Yigit

    #236364

    Yiğit you’re champion man!
    You have any idea about “the dot”I mentioned in the last post??

    Also if it’s ok to ask, I’m also struggling to change the text “Logga in” into something else. Have any idea how? But I think it’s not much to do with Enfold.. I tried to edit the login plugin I’m using but couldn’t manage :/ https://wordpress.org/plugins/sexy-login/

    Thanks thanks!
    Emin

    #236378

    Hi Emin!

    I think you can translate it using this plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/codestyling-localization/
    Please install it and scan sexy-login files.
    About black dot, have you tried contacting plugin author or had a chance to check another websites using the same plugin to see if it is Enfold specific issue?

    Cheers!
    Yigit

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