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  • Resolved bmtt



    I am using the BoldR Lite theme and have a couple of issues, please could someone or the Theme creator help me.

    Issue 1: I would like to remove the horizontal lines that appear both above and below page titles (The one that is above the page title is below the navigation links). How do I do this?

    Issue 2: The theme easily allows me to change the background image, however the body of the website is white, if I want to add a background image to the body (white) section, which part of the CSS do I edit for this?


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    Theme Author Mathieu Sarrasin



    You’ll need some Custom CSS for both of these. Please DO NOT edit the theme’s CSS or any of the theme’s file, ever.

    Either create a child theme so you can add your CSS in the child’s style.css file, or simply install a plugin such as to easily add custom CSS to your site without editing the theme.

    #1 Add this to your child theme or Custom CSS to remove these lines:

    #navbar, {
        border-bottom: none;

    #2 The white “inside” background is defined as follow:

    #main-wrap {
        background: #FFFFFF;

    You can copy this into your custom CSS and change this definition with another color or image url as desired.
    You can have a look at for a reference of all background-related CSS properties.

    Hi Iceable Themes,

    Thank you for this – very helpful.

    I wondered if you could help me with one more thing… if I want to change the blue colour when highlighting over the menu buttons and hyperlinked text, what would I enter into the Custom CSS for this?

    Thank you in advance.

    Theme Author Mathieu Sarrasin


    I’m afraid I cannot help you further with this: this blue color is used a lot in many areas of the theme, which means you would need a pretty larger chunk of CSS than I can provide.

    (On a slightly related note, the pro version has a setting option that allows to change this color with one click from the backend.)

    However you can certainly locate all of the necessary code for this color using your browser’s inspector, or by opening the theme’s CSS stylesheet (/css/ and searching for every definitions including this color (#25ceff).

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