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  • Resolved nclibraries

    (@nclibraries)



    Hiya,

    Parts of my site are not WAI compliant in terms of foreground/background contrast colours. Is there a way to change font colours without diving into the css of the template? I tried a couple of plug-ins that changed some colours but not all.

    Also, can the gradient colours of the template background be changed again without having to edit the css file?

    Can I add css in the customise/additional css section that colours text via h size, eg h4 = #eeeeee
    Thank you,

    Nigel.

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  • Moderator Steven Stern (sterndata)

    (@sterndata)

    Support Volunteer

    You need to fix the CSS.

    To add CSS:

    • If you are using WordPress 4.7 or later, use the “Additional CSS” option in the customizer.
    • If your theme has a custom CSS option, use that to add CSS.

    Learn to use the Chrome Developer Tools to help you see and test changes to your CSS.

    nclibraries

    (@nclibraries)

    Hiya Steve,

    Thank you. Is this the css editor that each page has or the ‘additional CSS’ section that I see at the bottom of the customise list? I tried to add some css to the ‘additional CSS’ section but it didn’t seem to work:

    h3 {
    color: black;
    }

    Many thanks,

    Nigel.

    Moderator Steven Stern (sterndata)

    (@sterndata)

    Support Volunteer

    make sure you added your CSS *after* the closing comment — after */.

    nclibraries

    (@nclibraries)

    Hi Steve,
    Thank you, I’ll make sure that I do.
    Regards,
    Nigel.

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