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Change the text color of individual folders created on toolbar

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Hello! I am using the following code (userChrome.css) to color the individual folders created on the toolbar and it works great;

#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="Music" i] {background-color: #ff0545 !important;}
#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="NewsPapers" i] {background-color: #386bff !important;}
#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="News Video" i] {background-color: #386bff !important;}
#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="TV" i] {background-color: #ff1fc8 !important;}

What I am trying to find, is how to change the color of the individual folder name (text) from white to maybe black, yellow, etc.….

Any suggestion is appreciated. Regards,

Hello! I am using the following code (userChrome.css) to color the individual folders created on the toolbar and it works great; #PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="Music" i] {background-color: #ff0545 !important;} #PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="NewsPapers" i] {background-color: #386bff !important;} #PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="News Video" i] {background-color: #386bff !important;} #PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="TV" i] {background-color: #ff1fc8 !important;} What I am trying to find, is how to change the color of the individual folder name (text) from white to maybe black, yellow, etc.…. Any suggestion is appreciated. Regards,
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You can simply add a color property to set the text color.

Note that "i" means case insensitive, so you do not really have to capitalize.

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You can simply add a color property to set the text color.

Note that "i" means case insensitive, so you do not really have to capitalize.

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@cor-el

With the information you provided I was able to use and find the way to change the text color;

  1. PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="Music" i] {color: #0E0E0E !important;}
  2. PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="News Papers" i] {color: #0E0E0E !important;}
  3. PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="News Video" i] {color: #0E0E0E !important;}
  4. PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="TV" i] {color: #0E0E0E !important;}

Thank you for pointing me to the path for the the solution. Sincerely and regards,

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Note that you combine this with your previous code for maitainability.

#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="Music" i] {background-color: #ff0545 !important; color: #0E0E0E !important;}
#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="NewsPapers" i] {background-color: #386bff !important; color: #0E0E0E !important;}
#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="News Video" i] {background-color: #386bff !important; color: #0E0E0E !important;}
#PlacesToolbarItems > .bookmark-item[container][label="TV" i] {background-color: #ff1fc8 !important; color: #0E0E0E !important;}

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@cor-el

Much better... Regards,

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I see the css and that it will do what I need. What I don't know is where to put the code, so that it is effective. Help please!

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More info about userChrome.css/userContent.css in case you are not familiar:

In Firefox 69 and later you need to set this pref to true in about:config to enable userChrome.css and userContent.css.

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