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I have below code for input text

 <lightning-input label="Email" class="textInput" value={rec.Name} onchange={handleNameChange}></lightning-input>

Here I want to change the color of the label. I have tried it like this. But not working.

.textInput {
    color: black;
    font-weight: bold;
 }

When I see the inspect element it looks like: enter image description here

How should I write the css?

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On the assumption you are talking LWC rather than Aura (since you reference "lightning-input" rather than "lightning:input"), LWC specifically restricts the parent from messing with the child component's presentation via the use of Shadow DOM.

As per the lightning-input documentation, there are no exposed means to apply the styling you wish to apply. The only way to apply any form of styling is via the "variant" attribute.

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  • When I add the color via the inspect element it works. And there it is under .slds-scope .slds-form-element__label { – Thirumagal Jan 21 at 11:19
  • I have updated the question with the image – Thirumagal Jan 21 at 11:27
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    Using the inspector works because you are accessing the shadow DOM content directly. You cannot do it programmatically in the LWC framework. See my answer. – Phil W Jan 21 at 11:51
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Try this in CSS file

.textInput{
     -webkit-text-fill-color: black;
}

It worked for me!!

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  • +1 While this works here, but it will not work for all users as it is not standardized yet, refer – rahul gawale Aug 19 at 8:16
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Update your CSS file as:

.THIS .textInput{
    color: Black;
    font-weight: bold;
}

Also, input text as, <lightning:input label="Email" class="textInput" value={!rec.Name} onchange={!c.handleNameChange}></lightning:input>

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  • Given the use of "lightning-input" I would suggest this is in the context of LWC rather than Aura, in which case the approach you suggest will not work. – Phil W Jan 21 at 11:05
  • Hi Rashmi, Yes I am working on LWC – Thirumagal Jan 21 at 11:08
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<p class="l-text"> Email </P><lightning-input variant="label-hidden"value={rec.Name} onchange={handleNameChange}></lightning-input>

.l-text{ color: blue; }

try this.

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You just need to set the variant to hit the default label

<lightning-input id="input-FirstName" type="text" variant="label-hidden"></lightning-input>

You can add a label using html *First Name

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