If you’re not comfortable using CSS to edit text, you can also look at using a third-party WordPress plugin instead.
Why you might want to replace default text
The AccessAlly shortcodes contain concise, helpful text for your users. However, you might want to edit these messages to
- Use terms that your users might be more familiar with
- Translate it into a different language entirely
- Create a more branded experience for your site
How to edit with CSS
If you are not comfortable working with CSS code, please confer with your developer, who can help you make these changes.
1. Inspect the Code
Use your browser’s inspect tools to locate the element you’d like to edit.
2. Locate the AccessAlly Style Settings
Go to AccessAlly > General Settings > Styling.
Scroll down until you see the Custom CSS area. You can add your custom code here.
Below, you’ll see one example CSS code change that changes the AccessAlly team functionality interface, removing the words “Existing Child Accounts”.
You could use the following CSS code to make the change:
* Replace AA "Existing child accounts" text
content: "Current Team Members";