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  • #294060

    In the theme options I don’t see where I can change the color of “.ajax_slide”
    Looking at “dynamic-css.php” it looks like this is array for the option, I just don’t see it as an option when I login
    array(
    ‘elements’ =>’.ajax_slide’,
    ‘key’ =>’color’,
    ‘value’ => $portfolio_font_light
    ),

    I have overridden it using the Quick CSS but I’d rather just do it the correct way if possible.

    Thanks
    Jason

    #294151

    Hey paschja!

    Thank you for visiting the support forum.

    I’m sorry but what do you mean by ajax slide? Can you please give us a link to the actual page? A screenshot will help. Actually, using the Quick CSS is the correct way if you’re trying to modify the style of the theme.

    Regards,
    Ismael

    #294156

    Here’s the site: http://bit.ly/1msnfiD

    If you inspect any of the paragraphs in the portfolio detail view the is a .ajax_slide that controls the color. Looking the dynamic CSS file for angular it seems that the color should be a style option in the backend along with #socket color, etc. But it’s not. and I can’t figure out how the initial color is generated.

    Thanks
    Jason

    #294379

    Hi!

    You can add following code to Quick CSS in Angular theme options under Styling tab and adjust as needed

    .ajax_slide {
    color: red;
    }

    If this is not what you meant, please post a screenshot and show the element you would like to customise
    Best regards,
    Yigit

    #294420

    Yigit,

    Well, it’s not a big deal but I’m really curious how where the initial color comes from. It’s not in any of the CSS and from the dynamic css files seems like it should be user generated in the backend through choosing custom styles. But it’s not. There’s no option in the backend.

    Take a look your own demo: http://www.kriesi.at/themedemo/?theme=angular
    If you inspect you’ll see this css in the the page <head>
    <!– custom styles set at your backend–>
    .ajax_slide{
    color:#919191;
    }

    But the problem is that it’s not set in the backend from what I can tell and I have to override it with the custom CSS. Does that make sense. I think it might just be a missing option in the backend.

    Thanks,
    Jason

    #294773

    Hi!

    Yes, you can’t target the sort items color specifically. The initial color of the sort item is the combination of the Body Font Color and Body Background Color. The color values are merged and calculated to get the lighter color. If you want to specify an exact color value on the sort items, use the Quick CSS or custom.css file.

    Cheers!
    Ismael

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