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    I’m working on a child theme of Twenty Eleven with “Dark” Theme Option enabled.

    I just want to change the “main” (main div) color.
    IE: where the text is
    NOT: the background of the site

    For the life of me I can’t understand what to put in the style.css to change that

    please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    Try using Firefox with the Firebug add-on for this kind of CSS work.

    Hi Esmi

    I do have firebug
    I still I can figure it out 🙁

    Firebug seems to tell me that the following code is responsible for the color I’m looking for:

    body {
        color: #BBBBBB;

    I put it in STYLE.CSS and it won’t work

    (with a new color value of course)

    please help 🙁

    With firebug it is a pain in the noodle to find a place to click the inspect to find the #page element (just guessing that this is what you are looking for) – if you place your point just under the nav bar on the far right side you should notice the firebug selection grab the whole page.

    Or just try your test color with #page {color:…}.

    as the ‘dark.css’ is loaded after the style.css of the child theme, you need to use !important to force any color or other css changes;


    #page {color: #123edf!important;}



    Thank you so much alchymyth

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