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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

    #56454

    Hi,

    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 :)

    #56455

    Hi Thank you for reply.

    http://www.dmvista.com

    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,

    #56456

    Hey,

    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:

    .sidebar{
    background:#111111;
    }

    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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