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The Fun Part!
- Logon to admin dashboard
- Goto Appearance => Edit Theme => Css
- Paste the following code into your custom css
- Change the highlighted text (:#404040) to any color that suit your taste, if you are not sure on what color to use, try using our awesome color code generator to generate color codes for your chat box.
- Finally, save your changes and refresh your page.