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    I have edited the css to

    “/* Links */
    a, a:visited {
    color: #b34f38;
    text-decoration: none;
    outline: 0;
    transition: all .5s;
    -moz-transition: all .5s;
    -webkit-transition: all .5s;
    -o-transition: all .5s;
    }

    but nothing seems to happen.

    I would have loved to get rid of the yellow color over all the site and exchange with the color above. Would that be possible?

    My site is in “Maintaintance mode”, but I hope you can help me! Thanks!

    The theme is wonderful.

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  • First, you should not be editing any theme files directly. If the theme gets updated because of feature enhancements, bug fixes, or security patches, or if the theme has to be updated because of a change to the WordPress core, then your changes will be lost. Instead, either create a child theme or use a CSS plugin like Jetpack or Custom CSS Manager.

    Second, editor-style.css is used to style the post/page editor, i.e., it is applied to the Visual editor used when you edit a post or page. The stylesheet that’s used for your site would be style.css, but again, you should not edit that stylesheet dirctly. If you are only making CSS changes, use a CSS plugin if the theme doesn’t have a custom CSS option.

    After you re-add your CSS, if you take your site out of maintenance mode and post a link to your site, then I can take a look to see why the CSS you’re adding isn’t working.

    Thank you for your answer!
    If you give me a couple of days I will try to do what you advise me to, on another site. A site which are up and going, but need a change …

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