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[Resolved] Custom accent color not respected everywhere still?

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  • Theme Author Anders Noren

    @anlino

    Hi Alison8,

    If there’s some still missing, let me know and I’ll add them in the next update.

    Note that widgets not included in WordPress or Hemingway (ie installed through a plugin) might include code that makes it impossible for the custom accent color control to change its colors.

    – Anders

    Hi Anders,

    Thanks for your quick reply. It is a widget from a plugin that I’m having trouble, so I wonder if it might be a widget-side issue. Is there a way to know? If it helps, the plugin is: Google Calendar Events, and you can see the issue in the sidebar at: http://uwin.washington.edu under “Upcoming Events”

    If it is a widget-side issue, I’ll get in touch with the author to check in about it – which was actually my first instinct, until I saw that thread about other widgets having an issue with the custom link color. In the meantime, do you think it’s possible to override the CSS for all links to set the color?

    Thanks again.

    Theme Author Anders Noren

    @anlino

    Hi Alison,

    That one I can do something about. I’ll include a fix in the next version of the theme. For a temporary fix, enter the following code in the child theme:

    .widget-content a { color: #b25b00; }

    Let me know how it goes.

    – Anders

    Hi Anders,

    Thank you! I just updated the theme to version 1.47 and was happy to see that the custom accent color is now reflected in the widgets. Thanks so much for updating it so quickly!

    All the best,
    Alison

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