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  • In my side bar I am using the “Theme – newsletter” widget.

    On the homepage, it shows up properly, with a turquoise button.

    However, anytime I create a “new page” that same widget in the side bar, appears with a light grey button.

    What can I do to make that widget appear the same on all pages (with turquoise button)?

    • This topic was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by livechildfree.
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  • Hi @livechildfree
    Can you share a URL so I can check why this happens?

    Thread Starter livechildfree

    (@livechildfree)

    https://livechildfree.com/

    The site just went live last night. (I removed this “Theme – Newsletter widget” from the bottom of the Contact Us page because when the site when live, it didn’t work. The “name” and “email” fields didn’t fuction. It’s still in the sidebar.)

    I still have that widget in the sidebar though so you can see that it appears correctly on the Home Page, but has a light grey button on the “Contact” page and “Featured On” page. (Both of those pages can be found in the footer navigation.)

    Hi,
    Theme-Newsletter widget is a dummy (fake) widget. I suggest generating a HTML from code using Mailchimp service. Then add the code to a simple text/HTML widget. Then we can change colors to your preference

    Thread Starter livechildfree

    (@livechildfree)

    Okay, I’ll check that out.

    The “submit” button in the comment section below each blog post, is also not following along with the Global Color settings I’ve made in Customizer. Is there a fix for that?

    Fotis

    (@markwaregr)

    Hi @livechildfree
    Try this

    .btn, .comment-reply-link, input[type="button"], input[type="submit"], input[type="reset"], button{
    background:blue;
    }

    in your custom CSS box under Customize-â–¸Additional CSS

    Let me know if this worked for you.

    Thread Starter livechildfree

    (@livechildfree)

    Unfortunately, that didn’t work.

    Fotis

    (@markwaregr)

    Hi,
    can you add my suggestion before any other css like this

    .btn, .comment-reply-link, input[type="button"], input[type="submit"], input[type="reset"], button{
    background:blue!important;
    }

    ?

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