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Customising CSS and appearance of buddypress within the template

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    jakeyboy1989
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    @jakeyboy1989

    Just wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction as to what files I need to edit in order to change fonts, colours, etc, in buddypress?

    Are there any plugins out there that make this easier for novice-coders?

    Basically my site is progressivetalks.com and I have integrated buddypress with a wordpress template..

    I need to fix up the alignment still (which is another problem) but I also would like to adjust the fonts to match, etc…

    Thanks,

    Jake

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    == I need to fix up the alignment still (which is another problem) ==
    @jakeyboy1989 Fixing alignment and making BP template files mesh in with your theme’s styles at https://buddypress.org/community/groups/creating-extending/forum/topic/publicprivate-sites-cross-posting-content/?#post-128351

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    Hugo
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    @hnla

    > Are there any plugins out there that make this easier for novice-coders?

    Not really you will just have to bite the bullet and learn to code a little, or, and if you’re running a a site that you hope to capitalise on in some way then consider employing developers to handle this aspect – freebie help will only take you so far – quite far with mercimes help but ought to be considered a helping hand to kick start you off.

    In view of the help in progress on the other thread this one is closed.

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