How Can I Customize the CSS in Memberstack's Pre-Built Modals?

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Josh Lopez
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If you're looking to personalize the appearance of the pre-built modals in Memberstack, you can achieve this by adding some custom CSS to your site. This allows you to override the default styles according to your preferences. Here's a quick guide on how to do it:

  1. Locate Your Global Script: Find the section in your website's global script where the Memberstack install script is added. This is typically found in the <head> section of your HTML.
  2. Insert Custom CSS: Directly after or near the Memberstack install script, add your custom CSS within a <style> tag. Here's an example to get you started:
    #msOverlay * {
      color: #000 !important; /* Sets text color to black */
    In this example, the CSS targets everything (*) within the element with the ID #msOverlay. The !important rule is used to ensure that these styles take precedence over any existing styles.
  3. Customize as Needed: You can replace the color: #000; with any other CSS properties to suit your design needs. For instance, if you want to change the background color, font size, or padding, you can do so by adding corresponding CSS properties.
  4. Test Your Changes: After implementing your custom CSS, make sure to test the modals on your site to see the changes in action. It's important to ensure that your customizations don't affect the modal's functionality or overall user experience.

Remember, the key to successfully customizing your modals is understanding basic CSS and how it interacts with the existing Memberstack styles. Feel free to experiment with different styles to match your site's aesthetic!

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