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Hello, Could you please tell me how to set the text color and background color for the secondary navigation menu? Thank you in advance Vinayan

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Danny
Hi Vinayan, Would it be possible to reply to this post and provide a link to your website please.

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cdedse
Dear Danny, http://hemanshu.in/econdse/ is where we are currently building our site which will be moved to its actual webspace once everything is in palce. In the page http://hemanshu.in/econdse/ames2012page/ you can see the secondary menu (I disabled the main menu in this page) which I like to in a black strip with white text. Regards Vinayan

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Jenny
Have you downloaded [url="http://www.getfirebug.com"]Firebug[/url]? You will be able to determine which CSS elements you need to change and preview those changes live on your site. For help with CSS, you can visit [url="http://www.w3schools.com"]W3 Schools[/url].

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cdedse
Hello Simple mama, I am not an expert. I did try Firebug but could not figure out how to do it. Please someone help me at the earliest. Regards

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Danny
Hi Vinayan, First things first, I highly recommend you continue trying to learn Firebug or Google Chrome's Web Developer tools. As in doing so, you will make your life so much easier and you don't need to be an expert to this. The whole point of tools like Firebug and Chrome's dev tools is to allow novice users change CSS on the fly, to see the changes. I have provided the selectors below to get you started. [code]#secondnav .content-pad { CSS goes here } #secondnav li a { CSS goes here }[/code]

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cdedse
Dear Danny, The clue helped me to set the background for the secondary nav menu. I did try a lot with fire bug but could never figure out the variable to be modified, may be I still have to learn how to use firebug properly. Shall try that. Thank you very much. Vinayan

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Danny
Hi Vinayan, That's great to hear, learning the basics of Firebug or Google Chromes web dev tool will allow you to make changes super fast.

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