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Color Change in EcoPro

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Someone Please help! I am loosing my mind. I recently updated to EcoPro (third theme I've used from here) and I wanted to change the coloring on the site to match my logo and feel so I went the easy route (so I thought) of simply editing the Orange jpg files and re uploading them. When I go the the absolute paths Like this one http://unitedsocialsports.com/wp-content/themes/EcoPro/images/colors/orange-bg.jpg'>http://unitedsocialsports.com/wp-content/themes/EcoPro/images/colors/orange-bg.jpg I get the corrected updated dark blue / black image, but when i go to my page, it is still showing the orange images. What am I doing wrong? I've looked for other areas that these files might be pulled from but I can't find any. Iam about to tear my hair out. Go Daddy tech support was of NO help... You can see the original orange files on the front page of the new website. http://unitedsocialsports.com also, it seems as if the urls have become case sensitive again. PLEASE save my sanity here.

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Must confess I'm losing hair here too! I've changed the files for the blue theme - 4 files changed that were under the Colour tab in the template. I've deleted the old files and uploaded the new ones, assuming that the template would just go get the files when I clicked on the blue theme. But it is still showing the previous blue colouring, so I am baffled. Forgive my ignorance, but I haven't changed the file names anywhere in the php files as I assumed that if I changed the colour button in the featured options it would pull the other jpg's. Can you please explain to me where I need to go to add ../ before the files? Semi-literate back-end user here, sorry. :)) Thanks. http://elizabethre.com.au is the site.

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In pro > css > there is no color_green.css Where can I tweak that one?

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The green is the default color so it's options can be found in the style.css file in your theme root.

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I hope you didn't pull ALL your hair out. For all the css rules of the images you changed you need to add another "../" to the front of the URL path. This should fix it. If you were using the orange color option this would be in the pro > css > color_orange file

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That did it! So the other options I was using, weren't even pulling the original color files, it was just using the hex codes... Will I need to make this change any place else?

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