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This is an issue affecting a number of sites. Squarespace don't appear to have considered that sites may use a dark canvas. However, you can change the colour of the review stars by adding a few lines of CSS to Design > Custom CSS.

This example should make the stars magenta to match your social icons:

svg.star {
    fill: #cb0fff!important;
}

Other examples are..

Almost white:

svg.star {
    fill: #f8f6f6!important;
}

 

Gold:

svg.star {
    fill: #ffd700!important;
}

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Edited by paul2009
Squarespace changed classnames

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16 minutes ago, Nikitaly said:

Site URL: https://www.rebelrebel.co.uk/bouquets-online/bewitched-bothered-and-bewildered

Hi,

Unfortunately for us we have a dark background to our site. I've tried the following to change the colour of the review stars but its not working.  Please can you help?

.reviewStars .star {
  fill: #cb0fff;
}

Hi, try adding this to custom css (Design > Custom CSS) and let me know how it goes 🙂 

.pc0ePSvvq path {
  fill: #cb0fff;
}

 

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2 hours ago, Nikitaly said:

The fix you offered above worked for abit but now is not. 

Please see the solution above. There have been a number of updates to the Product Reviews feature in recent months and these have caused changes to the structure of pages.

For future reference, if an answer contains a classname (something prefixed with a ".") that has an unreadable series of characters, for example .pc0ePSvvq then it is unlikely to work for very long. This is because these classnames are automatically generated and change whenever Squarespace teams make changes to a page.

I hope this helps.

 

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