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    Hi, I try to create a logo that matches the colour of the logo background area and the adjacent area.

    I found the code for the logo bg,and the area below the logo bg. but I can not find the code for the adjacent border.

    Also may I know what color code to select to match the border in the dark theme?

    Thank you very much



    the actual sidebar doesn’t have a border color, the color code for the border below every menu item is #343434 under .main_menu .menu a.

    You can, however, set a border color for the logo in your style.css. Something like this:

    #top .logo a, #top .logo a:hover {
    border: 1px solid #ff0099;

    Is this what you needed? If not, let us know :)


    Hi Thank you for reply.

    Can you please check my website. you can see that the area surrounding the logo was a different color than the logo background.

    So if you can let me know where to change the code to change the color of the surrounding area, I want to match the color of the surrounding area and my logo background.

    Thank you very much,



    I’m not certain about what you mean, but if you want that top block to be the same solid color do this:

    Add the following code to your custom.css file:


    Now, open your sidebar.php and remove these lines:

    echo "<span class='border-transparent border-transparent-left'></span>";
    echo "<span class='border-transparent border-transparent-right'></span>";

    This should work :)

    I hope this helps.

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