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Mantra theme - cannot change grey text. (2 posts)

  1. pjholl
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm almost ready to start adding some useful content to my new site http://www.goproflying.com, but I have an issue (two actually).

    1) You will notice at the bottom of the main page there is some light grey text under the four column photos (photo gallery etc), this grey seems to be the same grey that appears on the orange drop down tabs once on one of those four pages. It is forcing me to have certain colour schemes in certain places that I don't necessarily want to allow the grey text to be visible. I have been through every colour setting I can think of and cannot find anywhere to change this text colour. I'm guessing it'll be a setting in the .css file but I wouldn't know where to start. Any ideas?

    2) This has come up before for a number of people, but I can't remove the white padding? border? around JPEG images (see the equipment page for example). Again I've been through the .css file and set every example of padding=0px I can find and still no luck. I can live with it, but it would be nice to know how to remove it if possible.

    Many thanks.

  2. omniafausta
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    some of the css is actually not in your css file, but added to your document, probably by your functions.php.(open the page in a browser and check the sourcecode)
    You could open that up and check/change any css in there.
    Or overrule the css in your css file by adding !important
    If the css says for example:
    .column-image {border: 3px solid #eee;}
    and you want to overrule that, you could for example say:
    .column-image {border: 1px solid #000 !important;}

    hope this helps!

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