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Comment boxes are red – how to change?

  • Hi,

    I’m using 2.8.4 and the constructor theme on http://spd.beyoudesign.de. Everything fine, except one little thing:

    How do I change the background color of the comment fields so that they appear in any case in white?

    Please help, couldn’t find any solutions!

    THX

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  • Search your Stylesheet and your comment.php for D60027. This is the color of the box. When you find it, change it to the color of your choice.

    No D60027 found in either documents… .

    input, select, textarea {
    background-color:#D60027; <<=== change this
    border-color:#AAAAAA;
    color:#333333;
    }

    i think it’s in that file :

    spd.beyoudesign.de/?theme-constructor=css&ver=2.8.4

    Moderator Michael

    @alchymyth

    Forum Moderator

    ol.commentlist li {background-color:#fff;}
    
    form#commentform input, form#commentform textarea {background-color:#fff;}

    try to add at the end of style.css,
    or embed into style tag in header.php.

    @beyou_hh
    In constructor theme for input and textarea using first background color (see “Color” tab on admin page). Change it!

    If your want leave red background – open CSS tab and write follows:

    body {
        background-color:#D60027 !important;
    }

    Hi Anton,

    Thanks for the great theme!

    Question: How do I remove the “dotted underline” link when I create a hyperlink within a post?

    The reason why I am asking is because my site contains a few linked images, and it has the dotted underline with it.

    =(

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