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WHMCS Integration Help

lele0108lele0108 Member
edited April 2012 in General

I have been trying to integrate WHMCS into my website. Unfortunately, the CSS I am using causes all the text to be white, so it turns invisible (Thanks to the white background). I can't find ANY way in the CSS to turn the text black, and my designer is on Vacation right now. Could somebody be so kind to help me?



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  • VPNshVPNsh Member, Provider
    edited April 2012

    Could be wrong here, but could be this:

    ::-moz-selection {
    background: #fe57a1;
    color: #fff;
    text-shadow: none;


    ::selection {
    background: #fe57a1;
    color: #fff;
    text-shadow: none;

    Change "color: #fff;" to "color: #000;".

    Hope this works!

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  • CloudxtnyHostCloudxtnyHost Member, Host Rep

    Use chrome and right click the white text, click inspect element and it'll tell you what CSS file is controlling the color and also its line number!

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  • @liamwithers said: Change "color: #fff;" to "color: #000;".

    That ones are for selected text, I guess, not normal text... maybe I'm wrong.

  • VPNshVPNsh Member, Provider

    @yomero quite possibly.. I done exactly as httpzoom suggested, and just posted my findings :P. Couldn't find anywhere else stating white was the font colour.. Hope @lele0108 got it fixed either way! :) - Secure and Affordable VPN services - £9.99/year, Unlimited Bandwidth, 20+ Countries - Order Link

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