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OK, I’ve managed to change all of my text. For those that need to solve the same problem I did, you have to go to Plugins -> Buddypress -> bp-template -> legacy and then find the main css file. Oh and as per Hugo’s advice, Firebug is worth its weight in gold for finding the relevant div id! In my case, most of the text that needed changing was grey which was codes #555 and #aaa. It is worth opening up Find to locate all occurrences.
Thanks both for your responses. I will try !important and endeavour to develop my coding skills!
thanks for your response – I made that change but it has no effect. Not sure why but it hasn’t.
I’ve read several other posts about this and nobody seems to know. Most responses simply recommend adding a child theme, which while good advice doesn’t really address the problem. I’m surprised very few BP experts seem to know (or are willing to share) the answer to this very simple problem. In my case, the only way to make all my text readable is to make the background black, but that doesn’t fit with my website. Very frustrating!
I have the same issue – also I would like to do the same with Twitter. Tried the ‘WP to Twitter’ plugin but it does not work on Buddypress pages.
Can anyone help us?
Cassey and Matt,
thanks so much for your help! I was able to deactivate the plugin using phpmyadmin, which meant I didn’t lose all the work I’d put into setting up the buddy press pages. All is now good and I won’t mess with the Activate setting again.
This link helped me to disable plugins using phpmyadmin: