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  • Resolved laurentlanglais


    Hi guys
    I am using the theme Intrepidity theme that I like very much – but zero support on this one so I’d need your help.

    My site:

    With this theme every time you add a page they appear in the top menu as tabs, and can be excluded. As my site as a gay and lesbian audience (psychic for the LGBT community) I would ideally like to change to color of some of the tabs associated with the pages, and display a look that is close to the rainbow flag.

    That means I’d like to have in this order: red, orange, yellow, green violet, and blue tab (the blue is already there by default).

    Any step by step help on the coding and how to do it would be much appreciated…


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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    Try using Firefox with the Firebug add-on for this kind of CSS work.

    Yep I’ll look into it and see if it can help…but the problem I foresee is that it’s not just one line of code to change – there is one color for all tabs and that’s it. I need to create new line of codes that link the ID of specific pages to specific colors – this is where I need the skills of some of you guys…

    Ok problem solved – it was not in the css but as an image and I have changed the image for a rainbow banner as you can see here

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