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Montezuma default font color menu

  • Hi everyone, I am currently working on a website with Montezuma theme which has fantastic options. However the simplest things I cannot find (can’t stand it, because I already made a few websites).
    I just want to change the black font color that is default into a greyish color but although I did a lot of search through all the css files I can’t find it! It’s not in content.css and also not in post.css and even not in various.css

    I would also like to know how I can move the menu from the top right just between my breadcrumbs and logo/title.

    And I would like to add a featured image on top of some pages ( not all). Already found how I can do that with posts, but not with the pages.

    I would appreciate your help, thank you 🙂

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  • Setting up a child theme would be the recommended first step going forward if your going to modify CSS and template files. But, after taking a quick look at your site it does not appear you have any color set for text, so it’s just default browser styles applying. You could set a color on the body, or p tag or content. Up to you, but to test you can simply add the following CSS to your themes style.css file.

    p {
      color: #474747;
    }

    Awesome, I am going to try that!

    Montezuma is divided into many css files. Your tip worked (thank you!), however not on the preview blog page.
    http://creacont.nl/?page_id=109

    Any idea where I could change it? Because the regular style.css is not in use by Montezuma.

    Since the post text is not wrapped in a <p> tag you can apply a color to

    .post-bodycopy {
      color: #474747;
    }

    Yes, that works. Thanks!

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