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  • I’d like to be able to change the color of the selected button in the navbar. The default is black, and it really is a punch in the eye for the rest of my blog. I suppose the solution is in the style.css, but I don’t know where to look for it.

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  • esmi


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    Site url?

    “” . I didn’t write it because it’s under work in progress and protected by password. But any blog with the Mystique theme does the same thing.



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    There are thousands of WordPress themes. Most people aren’t familiar with every one of them, which is why a link to your site would help.

    I’m talking about 1 theme: Mystique. And here’s the link again: “”. But there will be a password, and I’m not allowed to share it. That’s why the link is not useful, I said that already. Is there something I can do without the link?

    Thank you for your patience

    I didn’t test this, but it should do it:

    ul#navigation a:hover,
    ul#navigation a
    ul#navigation a span.pointer,
    ul#navigation li.current_page_item a span.pointer,
    ul#navigation li.current_page_parent a span.pointer,
    ul#navigation li.current_page_ancestor a span.pointer{
     display: none;
    ul#navigation a,
    ul#navigation li.current_page_item a,
    ul#navigation li.current_page_parent a,
    ul#navigation li.current_page_ancestor a{
     text-shadow:rgba(0,0,0,0.5) 1px 1px 1px;

    Change the background and color property values with your color hex code.
    I’ve hidden the pointer because it’s a image and it’s always black.
    …And again don’t modify style.css or you will loose any changes when you update.

    Thank you Digital, I owe you a lot 🙂

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