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change bckgrnd color in content and sidebar (3 posts)

  1. johnnygphotography
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I am using the theme l2aelba-3.

    The content and sidebar background area is a light gray. I want to change it to a white. Nowhere is it to be found in the style sheet (at least by me). Nor are there any image urls associated with the background. I've spent a few hours on this already. Here is the progress so far on the site I'm using it on.

    I'm familiar with creating CSS so it's become a mystery.... If you have any suggestions, please assist.

    Thank you!!!!!

  2. @mercime
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 4 years ago #

    culprit - the Sheet-3.png image was referenced more than 40 or so times in your style.css via regular declarations and generated via via CSS behavior insertion using DHTML into your style.css.

    The file image - Sheet-3.png
    - http://www.auraclescolour.com/inspire/wp-content/themes/l2aelba-3/images/Sheet-s.png
    The DHTML used to generate additional CSS for the Sheet-3.png image was
    - http://www.auraclescolour.com/inspire/wp-content/themes/l2aelba-3/script.js

    Open up your style.css with text editor and Edit > Search for Sheet-3.png to find the Selectors using that image and either replace the image with a white one or just change the whole declaration for selector to background { background: #ffffff none; }

    You might also need to delete the DHTML script in header.php because it generates that same image automatically into your stylesheet. I just don't have guarantees that the layout will look the same as you want it to.

  3. johnnygphotography
    Member
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thanks mercime for the response. I changed/colored the sheet-3.png image itself to all white and it ended up being used for only the round edge corners of the body's table (left it on there so you can see). As well as momentarily deleting all images from image folder to see if was another image. nope. the other sheet*.png images are just the borders of table as well. that's what disappeared & the gray stayed the same, so it's probably not an image background...

    Any other suggestions?

    Thanks again for the time!

    Johnny G

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