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CSS: Change color of child page arrow in main nav

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I would like to change the colour of the arrow on a parent menu in the main nav. Could someone help me?

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Hi danielfinn I believe that it is an image In wp-content > themes > pagelines > section > nav > images you can see arrows-ffffff.png and the code to this arrows is [code]span.sf-sub-indicator {background:url('images/arrows-ffffff.png') no-repeat -10px -100px; /* 8-bit indexed alpha png. IE6 gets solid image only */}[/code] So I suppose it. But.... I don??t know how to make you want, I??m not sure. :(

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Hi again.... I change color image (via FTP) at arrows-fffffff.png and it??s work but you wait for any with more knowledge for a better solution. ;)

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Hi Daniel, Like Batman wrote above, this is an image. If you wish to edit this arrow, you will need to use image editing software like GIMP or Adobe Photoshop. Make your changes and then upload this new image, replacing the current one.

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