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How to style features link text + box around it?

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sgendry

1) What CSS code do I need to use to customize the size and color of the text + box around it in the feature sliders? (Pagelines Framework, 2.6) 2) What is the CSS code to hide the link and the box around it in the features sliders? 3) What is the CSS code to change the color of the background overlay? Thanks!

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Rob

You should have Firebug for Firefox http://www.getfirebug.com to help you identify each CSS element. This tool also assists you by letting you test CSS changes, live. If they work, you can simply copy and paste the changed code to either wp-content/plugins/pagelines-customize/style.css or to Dashboard > PageLines > Settings > Custom Code > CSS Rules. The background overlay is a semi-transparent image. You can replace that image with any other with a different color.


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sgendry

This is very helpful. Thank you!

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Danny

@sgendry I have accepted Rangelone's reply to you, if you require further assistance. Please reply and the topic will open up again.


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hop2us

I can't find the css even in firefox. It looks like it's .fexcerpt but it shows no background image or style. I really want to just have the link be a color which I did (and tried to fix the background with "none" but it didn't work:

#feature_slider .fcontent, #feature_slider .fcontent a {

color: #a9d130;

text-decoration: none;

text-size: .85em;

line-height: 1.4em;

background: none;

}

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Rob

@hop2us, I know this is related, but please open your own topic for this so we can properly address your needs. This topic is actually resolved.


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