fidele
asked 7 years ago

I have tried to change the green colours in the main.css file, and upon finishing and updating I saw no colour change…it’s still green. Is there something in particular that I must change?

5 Answers
DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

To change the color on the theme. You can log in to Dashboard > Appearance > Editor > open the style.css file > add the following code:

 
.entry-meta a {
  color: #000;
}

.nav-tabs > .active > a, .nav-tabs > .active > a:hover, .nav-tabs > .active > a:focus {
   background-color: green;
}

.nav-tabs > .active > a:before {
   border-top-color: green;
}

.nav-tabs > li > a:hover, .nav-tabs > li > a:focus {
   background-color: green;  
}

.accordion-heading .accordion-toggle {
  background-color: green;
}

Regards,
Dominic

fidele
replied 7 years ago

Thank you, that’s worked.

fidele
replied 7 years ago

But all the links are still green?

fidele
replied 7 years ago

And some are black but when you hover it turns green

katlangdon
replied 7 years ago

This fixes everything when you change the ‘green’ to whatever colour you want *except* when you navigate to a page that link in the menu is still green. Is there a fix for that?

katlangdon
replied 7 years ago

Also the comment link and date are still green when you hover.

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

@ Fidele !

You can change your color here : “green”.

Regards,
Dominic

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

Please send me a screenshot for further checking.

Regards,
Dominic

fidele
answered 7 years ago

fidele
replied 7 years ago

Those are just some of the links that turn green or are green.
The other ones that turn green are like the ones underneath the videos and dates etc.

fidele
answered 7 years ago

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

Please send me your site. I can help you resolve this problem.

Regards,
Dominic

fidele
replied 7 years ago

fidele.me

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

To change the color on your site, you can log in to Dashboard > Appearance > Editors > open the style.css file > add the following code :

 
/**Comment---/
.entry-meta .posted-on a, .entry-meta .comments-link a {
color: #...;
}

.entry-meta .posted-on a:hover, .entry-meta .comments-link a:hover {
color: #…;
}

/**Home—/

.widget_nav_menu .current_page_item > a {
color: #…;
}

Please check your twitter , I can help you change the color, currently I can not see the info of twitter on your site.

Regards,
Dominic

fidele
replied 7 years ago

I have added the code to the style.css file and put the html for the colour I want, and everything is the same as before. Additionally, my quotes are green when published but show my desired colour when editing. If you check my site again, you’ll see all that I am talking about. With the Twitter widget what information is it that you need? Thank you very much for all of this, I hope it’s not too much

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

To change color in the Twitter, you can add the following code :


.dw_twitter .tweet-content a {
color: #... !important;
}

/**Comment---/
.entry-meta .posted-on a, .entry-meta .comments-link a {
color: #...!important;
}

.entry-meta .posted-on a:hover, .entry-meta .comments-link a:hover {
color: #...!important;
}

/**Home---/

.widget_nav_menu .current_page_item > a {
color: #...!important;
}

Or send me username & password your site for further checking.

Regards,
Dominic


answered 7 years ago

Is there an email address of which I can send my username and password to?

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

Please send me your information here:http://designwall.com/contact-us/

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