Add the HTML in a span on your label parameter:


      counter: true,
      height: 100,
      width: 400,
      label: "<span style=\"color: #B3D565; font-size: .9em;\">Your
label text goes here:</span>",
      defaultContent: "@username I'm using your TweetBox!... ",

Because twitter serves the tweetbox in an iframe, adding HTML to your
placeholder div or CSS wont affect the elements in the tweetbox.
There may be a more elegant way to do this using CSS in your
javascript but this approach works for the label at least.

Hope this helps


On Apr 14, 6:59 pm, rakf1 <> wrote:
> Is there a way to change the label color of @anywhereTweet-box ?
> I tried adding style="color:#FFFFFF" to the <span id="placeholder"></
> span>, but did not make any difference.

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