I am having a simple problem that has perplexed me for several hours. I am running DMS with the Viewer child theme on my personal/testing website, www.jacecar.com. It's very much under construction, so don't scream too loudly if you visit. Also, keep in mind that I'm color blind/deficient, so normal/healthy color combinations don't occur to me. Before I deliver anything to a customer, I make sure my wife and others assist me with color choices, image selection, and so forth. The problem I am having here is not related to color blindness. I can tell a light color from a dark one.
I am attempting to create a site with a fixed image background (mainly dark) with light text, highlight, hover, link, etc. attributes. In the DMS configuration section, I am able to go into settings and set the base background color, foreground color, and link color. Anything beyond that has to be done in CSS, but my lack of familiarity with the new DMS framework (no pun intended) is slowing me down.
For some strange reason, the Viewer child theme, even with a dark background and light foreground/main text color, leaves the h1,h2,h3, etc. styles defined as #939393 with the following snippet buried somewhere in the code:
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5
I've tried to put an override CSS in various places, but nothing will overwrite these styles. This should be easy and straightforward, but it's not working. I have done everything I can think of, including resetting the themes, reloading all the modules, and putting the following CSS in about 10 different places with no result: