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  • Jasperio

    (@jasperio)


    Hello,

    So i just installed a new custom theme and things are working well. My only problem is that the headlines are white on a bright background, which is not working out too well. I simply need to change the color, but i can’t seem to find where i do this.

    url : http://www.2ofakind.no , every page has a headline which is white, this is what i want to change.

    appreciate any help i can get 🙂

    Happy new year

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  • lokrin2000

    (@lokrin2000)

    Find the following in your styles.css and make the change indicated:

    ul.nav li a{
    text-align:center;
    margin:0 0 0 2px;
    width:143px;
    background:url(../images/a-nav-bg.gif) repeat-x;
    line-height:65px;
    color:#fff; change fff (white) to something else,like 009 (blue)
    font-size:15px;
    font-weight:bold;
    display:block;
    text-decoration:none;
    }

    Jasperio

    (@jasperio)

    This is what confuses me; the style.css is empty, and adding the mentioned code doesn’t seem to change anything. Is it possible there is another css somewhere?

    lokrin2000

    (@lokrin2000)

    Sorry, your theme is different that most themes, use this file:

    http://www.2ofakind.no/wp-content/themes/2OfAKind/css/all.css

    Jasperio

    (@jasperio)

    Works like a charm, thanks a lot buddy 🙂

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