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Widget Colours

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  • add this rule declaration to your child theme and you’ll good to go 🙂

    .widget-area {
    background: #EBEEF1;
    }

    tell me how it worked out! 🙂

    donohuge

    @donohuge

    It didn’t work 🙁

    designbyjesseR

    @designbyjesser

    Wow I’ve been quite confused or something sorry about that! Could you specify a little bit that what “widget area” you want to change the background? I mean in the footer or in the social icons area or somewhere else? 🙂

    donohuge

    @donohuge

    Ok if you look at this page: http://indieconstruction.co.uk/portfolio/

    you’ll notice the area in the sidebar is a different shade of grey

    designbyjesseR

    @designbyjesser

    Ok so try adding this

    .bge4e6e9 {
    background: #EBEEF1;
    }

    donohuge

    @donohuge

    Do I just copy that into my style.css? It isn’t working

    donohuge

    @donohuge

    I’ve done it! I just added !important. Could you help me with something else?

    designbyjesseR

    @designbyjesser

    Do you have a Child Theme? If not then the code you inserted to styles.css will be overwritten when you update your theme. If you don’t have it I highly recommend doing it since you’re interested doing other stuff also 🙂 Here is nice tutorial for creating a child theme its really not complicated 🙂

    https://managewp.com/how-to-create-a-child-theme

    And yes sure I can try to help you with other stuff also 🙂

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