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  • joncmaxwell

    (@joncmaxwell)


    Hello,

    I am trying to change the menu bar gradient colors and can’t figure out easel’s css and where to actually make the changes. I am trying to change the gradient to get from #000000 on the top to #17383c on the bottom but don’t know where to make this change. I have been on wordpress for almost a year but as far as editing css, this is the most I’ve done to customize my site.

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  • Pioneer Web Design

    (@swansonphotos)

    It is in

    #access
    joncmaxwell

    (@joncmaxwell)

    I’m not seeing #access
    Maybe it would help if I said the version I’m using of Easel.
    2.0.7

    Is it supposed to be in the stylesheet?

    Pioneer Web Design

    (@swansonphotos)

    Yes, you need to modify the sylesheet css #access (this is latest version, not sure of older ones)

    joncmaxwell

    (@joncmaxwell)

    This time I looked very closely throughout the whole stylesheet.cc for #access and it does not exist. I looked in the style-default.css and all I could find that had anything to do with a menu bar gradient was thing:

    #menubar-wrapper {
    	padding: 2px 0;
    	background: #111;
    	background:-moz-linear-gradient(100% 100% 90deg, #000, #444, #303030 100%);
        /* IE8 uses -ms-filter for whatever reason... */
    	background: -ms-filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(
            gradientType=1, startColor=#000, endColoStr=#555
    	);
            background-image: -webkit-gradient(
              linear, left top, left bottom, from(rgba(17, 17, 17, 1.0)),
              to(rgba(117, 117, 117, 3.0))
            );
    }

    When this is edited, nothing happens.

    Pioneer Web Design

    (@swansonphotos)

    try a new version and a modern browser

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