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  1. Hi and Good day.   I have attached a screenshot in this post. Please, I want to change the blue there to a shade of red... just same with the active bg color on the nav bar cus am not using anything blue on my design.   I kinda used google developer tools to locate this   .dropdown-menu li.current-menu-item > a {.....   So I added this in the custom CSS section on pagelines   #menu li .dropdown-menu li.current-menu-item > a { background-color: #cc0033; }   But it didn't work. I know I got it wrong... Please help. Thanks
  2. I am using white font with a dark blue/purple background but the page color fades in at the top making my white font very difficult to read. Can someone take a quick look and tell me what I am doing wrong? Here is a link: http://pmabellevue.com/our-providers/ Thank you for your help. Andrew
  3. I am trying to style the background colors in certain sections to span into margins. I've tried resetting content-pad and resizing some containers and nothing seems to work. What's the easiest way? This is the page - I want the black to extend to the edge: http://www.cooksmarts.com/about/ Basically I want it to look like the "How We Do It" section here: http://cooksmarts.staging.wpengine.com/about/
  4. I am a newbie and thought I was doing so well! Unfortunately, I'm now stuck--I've been searching for hours to figure out how to change the background color on a text widget. I've tried several options posted in various help forums, but no luck. From what I can gather, solutions vary based on theme being used? Maybe someone could help me with the code and where to add? Any help would be appreciated. www.dailyshoring.com widget is the top text widget (Shoring). I would like the background color to be cbdcc42 Here's the code currently in the widget: <h1 style="text-align: justify;"><span style="color: #48588f;">Shoring: </span></h1> <h3 style="text-align: justify;"><strong style="color: #4ea5dc;">The process of supporting a structure during repairs and renovation</strong><strong style="color: #4ea5dc;"> </strong></h3> <address style="text-align: justify;"><span style="color: #4ea5dc;"><strong style="color: #4ea5dc;"></strong><strong><span style="color: #48588f;">The intention of this blog is to provide daily support and motivation. If you're going through a difficult time, recovering from loss or depression, or just want to build healthier daily habits, this blog is for you. Each post is an activity for the day--nothing overly ambitious, but a step toward shoring up your mental and emotional well being. For step-by-step, </span></strong></span></address> <h3 style="text-align: left;"><strong><span style="color: #cbdc42;"><span style="color: #cbdc42;"><a title="Start Here!" href="http://www.dailyshoring.com/start-at-the-beginning/" target="_blank">Click Here!</a> </span></span><span style="color: #46578e;"> <span style="color: #48588f;">Or register your email below!</span></span></strong></h3>
  5. Hi! My client loves the transparency child-theme, but would like me to give the ransparent aereas a color, like the attachment. Before I buy the theme, can anyone tell me if that is possible? Thanks! voorbeeld nieuwe site.pdf
  6. Navbar background color

    Hi, I would like to change the background color of my navbar on my first page to transparent and can't seem to get it to work. Any ideas? my site i ulfholgersson.se