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  • Sunil Bajracharya

    (@scottbadger)

    Access Themes support

    Hello There!

    We really appreciate you writing in.

    We would like to inform you that the free/lite version of the theme does not have the feature to change the theme color.

    However, you can edit the style.css and responsive.css files.

    The pink color has the hex code value of #e02d45 and #df2c45

    Find this in the style.css and responsive.css and replace theme with hex code of your color.

    Also, find this in the style.css and change the RGBA value of the background

    .page-template-tpl-home #toggle {
        margin-top: -70px;
        background: rgba(223, 44, 69, 0.8);
        box-shadow: 0px 0px 0 2px rgba(223, 44, 69, 0.5);
        pointer-events: auto;
    }

    In the responsive.css search for this and change the background and box-shadow hex value.

    @media screen and (max-width: 1000px)
    .toggle-nav span {
        background: #DF2BD0;
        height: 3px;
        width: 100%;
        display: block;
        box-shadow: 0 10px 0px 0px #DF2BE5, 0 -10px 0px 0px #DF2C12;
        margin-top: 20px;
    }

    Then go to the theme wordpress folder then..\wp-content\themes\scrollme\images

    Here are some pink images change the images accordingly.

    This should change the theme color.

    If you thing this is too complex for you, you can switch to the premium theme where you can change the theme color through the customizer.

    or you can ask for our customization service and we will do it for you for a price.

    Hope this information was useful.

    Thank you!

    Thanks!! Your answer was very usefull!! 🙂 The only problem I found is that responsive.css is doesnt exist, is it posible?

    Thanks!

    Sunil Bajracharya

    (@scottbadger)

    Access Themes support

    Hello There!

    We really appreciate you writing in.

    If you responsive.css is not showing in the dashboard editor, you can access the file from your wordpress folder and ..\wp-content\themes\scrollme\css.

    Hope this information was useful.

    Thank you!

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