Josiah Wallingford
asked 6 years ago

I am getting a black box in my dwqa-footer-meta class.
How do I change this? I tried to change it in my styles.css, but that only made things worse with other elements of my theme.

Guru
replied 6 years ago

Did you modify the style.css in your theme folder or the dwqa-templates folder?

Josiah Wallingford
replied 6 years ago

I modified the style.css file in my theme folder. I do not know what I would change in the dwqa-templates-folder.

2 Answers
DominicStaff
answered 6 years ago

Hi Josiah !
Please add the following code to the style.css file (Dashboard > Appearance > Editor > style.css)

 .list-dwqa-question footer {
    background: none;
    box-shadow: none;
    color: #555555;
    text-shadow: none;
}

Notice: I have check your site and font family in the site still as font family on our demo.
Hope this helps !

Josiah Wallingford
replied 6 years ago

That did it! Thank you Dominic.

Guru
answered 6 years ago

You need to create a sub folder in you theme folder dwqa-templates and create a style.css file in it. You can place all your css for this plugin with the selectors in it, 
Here is the path of the css file you need
/wp-content/themes/jardia/dwqa-templates/style.css
Please find here for the document guide on how to create the file:
http://cmspioneer.com/designwall/guide/dw-question-answer-plugin/#Style_integration
 

Josiah Wallingford
replied 6 years ago

Okay. I did have a style.css file in my dwqa-templates folder. I went ahead and entered the code below into that file. I do not know css and do not know how I would add the css change I need into that file. Can you maybe point me into the right direction Guru?

/* In question list page*/
.list-dwqa-question .page-header {

}

/* Single question page */
.single-dwqa-question .dwqa-container {

}

/* Submit question page */
.submit-dwqa-question .dwqa-container {

}

Guru
replied 6 years ago

Simply add the following css code into the new style.css file. You can add further styling as you wish.

dwqa-container .dwqa-list-question .dwqa-footer-meta {
background: none;
}

You can learn more about css here: http://www.w3schools.com/css/

Regards

Josiah Wallingford
replied 6 years ago

That worked great! Thank you Guru.

Josiah Wallingford
replied 6 years ago

It doesn’t seem to change the entire box. Only the lower portion of the box. There is a bar above it and I can’t tell what container that is.

Josiah Wallingford
replied 6 years ago

I would like to have it look just like the demo:

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