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  • #12571

    I think it’s very clever, but how do I over-ride this as I’d like them a little darker

    I think I’ve found what I need in dynamic-css.php which I’ve reporduced below – but what do I do with it ?

    if(avia_get_option(‘boxed’) == ‘boxed’)

    {

    $meta_color = avia_backend_merge_colors($body_font, $boxed_bg); // creates a new color from the background color and the default font color (results in a lighter color)

    $heading_color = avia_backend_merge_colors($body_font, avia_backend_counter_color($boxed_bg)); //calculates the inverse of the background color, then again creates a new color for headins (results in a stronger color)

    $content_bg = $boxed_bg;

    }

    else

    {

    $meta_color = avia_backend_merge_colors($body_font, $body_bg); // creates a new color from the background color and the default font color (results in a lighter color)

    $heading_color = avia_backend_merge_colors($body_font, avia_backend_counter_color($body_bg)); //calculates the inverse of the background color, then again creates a new color for headins (results in a stronger color)

    $content_bg = $body_bg;

    #75955

    Hi KingConga,

    It’ll be a bit easier to just add css to replace the colors with exactly what you want than to alter the code that creates the colors dynamically.

    If you can point me to all the colors you’d like the css to change, I’ll be happy to provide :)

    Regards,

    Devin

    #75956

    It was particularly the ‘Hero text’ that was very pale – but now I find that the Yoast SEO plugin is not recognising the Hero text as part of the page content, so I’ve been looking at using a block quote for this text, which puts it in the same typeface as the Hero text would have been.

    After your prompt I searched for the word hero (Notepad++) and found the name and found it in layout.css. There’s a .hero-text so now I know, thanks.

    I’m assuming that blockquotes are part of the content, I’ll let you know if not.

    WP-Propulsionpropulsioncsslayout.css

    Line 499: .hero-text{

    Line 506: .hero-text .seperator{

    #75957

    Fantastic! For easy updates later, put any new CSS changes into the custom.css file or the Quick CSS in the styles tab of the theme admin.

    Regards,

    Devin

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