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  • Hi,

    Before I click the event’s Title, it’s blue. When I go back to the events’ archive, it’s grey. I would like to always have it blue, to make it obvious that that’s a link.

    Thanks! 🙂

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  • Patrick

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    That is controlled by your theme’s css stylesheet.
    Here’s a good read to explain it: https://www.w3schools.com/css/css_link.asp

    Hey Patrick! Thanks for the reply! 🙂

    Ok so I changed that (I forgot that the theme is the main target for that)…
    It still doesn’t work properly, both with the theme and the plugin.
    If you go here http://www.events.wavebix.com/2019/07/ you will see that “Hello world” is red and when hover overing it, it becomes pink. That’s good according to the CSS I picked for testing purposes. But when you hover over “1 reply” it becomes blue, even though I have no “blue” on my CSS.

    Also, on the right hand side you will see that the July 2019 archive is always grey, no matter what (maybe you will see it blue, because you haven’t clicked it yet). The same happens when visiting http://www.events.wavebix.com/events/ and you see the title is now always grey (maybe you will see it blue, first, because you haven’t clicked it yet, but still, it should be red, according to the CSS)

    Here’s the CSS I’m using now:

    a:link {
      color: red;
    }
    
    a:visited {
      color: green;
    }
    
    a:hover {
      color: hotpink;
    }
    
    a:active {
      color: yellow;
    }

    Do you think the plugin itself has some kind of CSS as well?
    Even the “Proudly powered by WordPress” isn’t affected by the CSS… weird…

    Thank you 🙂

    • This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by Tiago "3ple".
    Patrick

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    You’ll need to inspect your stylesheet. CSS allows you to target specific parts.

    Thinking “default”…
    Since “reply” s part of the comments section, you might need to look for something like

    #comments a {
    }

    Thank you for the quick reply 🙂
    I’m gonna go check that, then.

    One thing I noticed: if I clear my browser’s cache, it indeed shows me the event’s title (archive page) according to the CSS. Once I click on it, it sends me to the event’s page and if I go back to the main events’ archive, it goes back to being grey and it seems that the CSS is no longer affecting it…
    Maybe you can check that and let me know if you experience the same behavior?
    http://www.events.wavebix.com/events/

    Do you know what may be causing this?

    I was checking and the demo of the plugin behaves the same way (we are using the same theme)
    https://demo.wp-events-plugin.com/events/

    Ok so I guess it was the theme. I changed it and it doesn’t behave like that anymore… I actually found a way nicer theme, so I’m good to go!

    Thank you so much for your time and help, Patrick! 🙂

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