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    Hello, I changed the background color of a website based on Brightbox by adding body {background: #f3f3f3;} to the QUICK css field. The general setting is Light (light-skin.css)

    However, the Custom Menu widget that I added to the right column still shows a white background.

    You can see it here: http://granitexpress.net/contact-us/, on the right, where it says: Our Locations

    When inspecting the site with Firebug, it seems to depend on the Mega Menu.

    Can you help me fix this please?

    Thanks,

    Daniel

    #59690

    Hey,

    you can change the background color by adding this to your quick css:

    #menu-locations .menu-item{
    background:#ff0099 !important;
    }

    OR you can change the background image located at

    /images/skin1/menu_arrow.png

    Note that this last option will change the image for all menus using arrows.

    #59691

    Thanks Chris, unfortunately it didn’t work.

    Let me explain further:

    I changed the site overall background color by inserting this code in the quick css: body {background: #f3f3f3;}

    It worked, with the following exceptions:

    Custom Menu widget, on the right hand side of interior pages. The widgets displays a menu (locations) made under Menus just for this widget. The background color there remains white, it doesn’t take the site background color.

    UPDATE: I guess I just solved this modifying this id on the quick css: #nav_menu-2 a {background: #f3f3f3;}

    Please confirm it’s correct.

    Just to clarify, here’s a snapshot of the right column: http://www.granitexpress.net/whitearea-CustomWidget.png

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    Secondly, the slider controls remain with white background, please see this snapshot: http://www.granitexpress.net/3whiteareas_slideshowcounters.png

    Can you help me making this area #f3f3f3 instead of the default #ffffff ?

    I know it’s something around this classes: .slidecontrolls or maybe .autoslidecontrolls, just can’t make it work

    Thanks again for your help.

    Daniel

    #59692

    Hey,

    sorry for the delayed response. I believe this is an image found in /images/skin1/dot.png. You can download it and modify its colors and then overwrite the file on your ftp with your edited version.

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