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County Background/Text Colour

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ahansson89    57

You can do something like this in your custom LESS

.section-county {
	background-color: yellow;
	background-image: none;
    .pl-countdown-numbers {
    .pl-countdown-labels {
    .pl-countdown-header {
    .pl-countdown-subhead {
        color: black;
  	.pl-countdown-below {
		color: orange;

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hibbsy78+    24

Thanks ahansson89.


How do I replicate the 2 tone background?

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