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[Resolved] Changing widget text color

  • essmeier

    @essmeier

    How can I change the default color of the text of my widget titles from the default orange to something else?

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  • essmeier

    @essmeier

    I found it. It’s in the CSS file around line 651.

    Theme Author Tomas Mackevicius

    @tomasm

    Right! 🙂

    I suggest you to use FireFox Inspector to see what styles are affecting the elements:

    You can activate it with: CTRL+SHIFT+I

    and select with the mouse element you need.

    Where can I find Css and what have I to change in order to have a different color overlay? Thanks

    CSS is located in style.css file. But because it looks that you don’t have experience with that I would suggest to use one of these plugins:

    Improved Simpler CSS, Simple Custom CSS, My Custom CSS, Custom CSS Manager or PC Custom CSS.

    Then in the CSS window of that plugin you would put:

    .widget-title {
    	color: #FC9F00;
    }

    where #FC9F00 you would replace with your desired color number.

    Now that we know #FC9F00 is orange color, we can open style.css in a text editor and search for that number and you will find other places with orange color. This way you can change all of them.

    Thank you very much. I have substitude color in Css of simple Custom and it work: overlay title color is changed. Unfortunately the article title is not chanced. Where have I to change it? Thanks

    Try this code:

    @media screen and (min-width: 960px) {
    	.entry-header .entry-title,
    	.entry-header .entry-title h1	{
    		color: #333;
    	}
    }
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