First of all, I have very little familiarity with mySQL. The question I’m asking could be totally out to lunch. Please be gentle!
I’m using the Montezuma theme. The accent color throughout the theme is blue, and it’s annoying to have to wade through every CSS file to change it. I figure there must be a way to change all the code at once. No?
I recently discovered the REPLACE query in mySQL. I used it to change links. Does it not follow that you could somehow use this same query to change one color code to another, throughout the whole theme? I would like to change all text with the color code #0090d3 to #0a6127.
If anyone can help I would greatly appreciate it!
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