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I’ve been digging around, but i haven’t been able to find out how to choose a different color for the background and the font.
Is there away to decouple this?
The easiest way would be to change following code in header.php:
<body id='top' <?php body_class($k_option['custom']['bodyclass']);?> >
<body id='top' <?php body_class($k_option['custom']['bodyclass']);?> style='background-color:#C0C0C0;' >
Replace C0C0C0 with a color of your choice (background color) and choose the font color in the admin backend.
Ooh sweet! I needed this fix too! :)
If I want do decouple also the footer-area and headline-area, what should i do then? I just want the text to be in another color.
It depends on the theme you’re using. Some things are coupled, some things can be done via css. What theme are you refering to? Avisio?
You can change the color by editing following to css attributes in style1/2/3.css – add a color attribute there:
background: transparent url("../images/skin1/bg_grain.png") repeat-x bottom center;
background: #fff url("../images/skin1/bg_gradiant_stripe_top.png") repeat-x 0 0;
border-bottom: 1px solid #fff;
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