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    Facebook Social Plugin Change Color? How?

    guys, look at my website.. www.fallenblades.com

    as you can see.. the background and the text in the facebook comments are almost same, and cannot see clearly, any1 of u guys know how to change the text in the comments posted by other facebook users?

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    Try:

    Code:
    .wallkit_posts, .wallkit_subtitle{color:white}

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    where exactly do i have to put that code?

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    where to use this code !

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    It needs to go into your stylesheet. Looks like your main stylesheet is templatemo_style.css, that should be fine. Add the code to the bottom of that.

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    heyya, i did what u said, i already put the code into the end part of .css file, but no change of colors, u can look the source code in the site.

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    Ahhh, you've got an iframe there which I hadn't noticed. Hmmm....

    Does the plugin not offer any options for configuring the output via Admin>Settings?
    Last edited by SB65; 11-09-2010 at 01:12 PM.

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    where can i find admin>settings..

    i went to the setting page of the plugin, this is all i can see (screenshot below).

    http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/3758/123e3d4rvt.png

    just click the link, too big for the window lol!!

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    Not helpful is it?

    I'm out of ideas, not knowing anything about Facebook. The problem is that your plugin is opening an iframe to display the facebook stuff, and the page displayed in the iframe has its own css which is causing your problem. Editing your local css has no effect , so you need to get at the css for the page you're seeing via the iframe - which I would have thought you could edit somehow....

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    i hope some1 could find a solution for this.

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    Try to follow this one:

    With OsChangableColorMenu module, you can select one of menus on your site. With item0->item9 parameters are background colors for menu level1 active and its hover, and it is background color for menulevel2 when parent has been activated

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    what?


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