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  • Resolved persist9

    (@persist9)


    I would like to change my headings.
    For example, the heading just above the first graph “sea levels are rising” on page:
    https://www.feedbackreigns.net/evidence/

    I suspect that some CSS code would do it.

    The heading is:
    . heading level 4,
    . used as an anchor for a link near the top of the page,
    . used as a link to another page,
    . coloured grey and not underlined.

    I want it to be coloured blue and underlined, like the links at the top of the page (and like it appears when I am editing the page with the block editor.)

    I assume that similar code will work for each heading level.

    I’m using the atomic blocks theme and Gutenberg editor

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Jarret

    (@jarretc)

    Hello again, I think this will get you what you want

    .page .post h4 a {
      color: #3672c1;
      text-decoration: underline;
    }
    persist9

    (@persist9)

    Hi Jarret
    That works. My evidence page, and other pages, are now showing the benefit of your CSS knowledge. Looks like I should learn a bit of this miracle code. Thanks heaps.

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