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    I want to make a slight change in a theme that I’m using. The theme’s author said to insert a string at the bottom of the styles.css file.

    But I can’t find a styles.css file for this theme, only a style.css file. And that has only 26 lines, most of which is meta-data about the theme: name, author, version #, License, etc.

    The rest of the content is:

    @import url(“css/reset.css”);
    @import url(“css/animate.css”);
    @import url(“css/mediaelementplayer.css”);
    @import url(“font/font-awesome.min.css”);
    @import url(“css/skeleton.css”);
    @import url(“css/layout.css”);

    None of which seems to relate to the code he is saying I should put in:

    .price-table.highlighted { background: #yourColor !important }

    section.samples { background: #yourColor !important }

    #cta-bar { background: #yourColor !important }

    I don’t want to ask him about this if I just can’t find where to put this due to my inexperience.

    I’ve looked in all the folders for this theme and can’t find a styles.css file.

    What am I misunderstanding?

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