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  • Resolved Kym Staton

    (@kym-staton)


    HI folks,

    I’m only new to CSS so please bear with me!

    I’ve installed a scrolling news feed kind of plug in to my homepage, you can see it here: http://www.songwriterscollective.com.au

    I’m trying to figure out how to change the colour of the font in this widget, its blue at present, but I’d like to turn it black.

    Where do I find the name of this element? I;m using Inspect Element in Safari on my mac. Is it in a particular folder?

    Once I know the name of the element, I should be able to change the colour via the ‘custom includes’ in my theme options.. I”m just not sure how to find out what this element is called?

    Thanks!

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  • WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    Forum Moderator

    Looks like this:

    .scrollercontent{
    ...
    }

    I’d recommend using Firebug addon for Firefox browser for web work. (I’m a Mac person too, but Safari really isn’t much for web dev.)

    Kym Staton

    (@kym-staton)

    thanks for the advice WPyogi!

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