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  • #21886

    Hi:

    I located a line referring to Meta Font Color, that if I disable the line, color: #7C755A in Firebug, it gives me just the text color scheme I need. Here it is below. Is there a way to do this in the Quick CSS section? Thanks! -Steve

    #top .meta-color, div .meta-color a, .main_menu ul li a, #top .comment-container a, #top .widget ul li a, .minitext, .form-allowed-tags, div .pagination, #comments span, .minitext, .commentmetadata a, .blog-tags, .blog-tags a, .title_container #s, .wp-caption, blockquote:before, blockquote:after, blockquote small, blockquote cite, .hero-text, .js_active .tab, .news-time, .contentSlideControlls a, #js_sort_items a, .text-sep, .template-search a.post-entry .news-excerpt, ul.borderlist > li, .post_nav, .post_nav a, .quote-content, #top .widget_nav_menu li, .tweet-time, #top .avia_parnter_empty, .avia_socialcount a span, td, #top th.nobg, caption, .page-title {

    color: #7C755A; <—-HOW TO DISABLE THIS LINE

    }

    #113456

    Hi,

    Open up wp-contentthemespropulsioncssdynamic-css.php and delete following code:

    //meta font color: creates a lighter version of the main color
    array(
    'elements' =>'#top .meta-color, div .meta-color a, .main_menu ul li a, #top .comment-container a, #top .widget ul li a, .minitext, .form-allowed-tags, div .pagination, #comments span, .minitext, .commentmetadata a, .blog-tags, .blog-tags a, .title_container #s, .wp-caption, blockquote:before, blockquote:after, blockquote small, blockquote cite, .hero-text, .js_active .tab, .news-time, .contentSlideControlls a, #js_sort_items a, .text-sep, .template-search a.post-entry .news-excerpt, ul.borderlist>li, .post_nav, .post_nav a, .quote-content, #top .widget_nav_menu li, .tweet-time, #top .avia_parnter_empty, .avia_socialcount a span, td, #top th.nobg, caption, .page-title',
    'key' =>'color',
    'value' => $meta_color
    ),

    However I’m not sure if this is the best solution because it will affect many other html elements too. Maybe it’s better to use the quick css field to overwrite the color value with:

    #top .meta-color, div .meta-color a{
    color: #000000 !important;
    }

    #113457

    Thanks for getting back to me, Dude! I couldn’t get Option 2 to work, so I commented out the code from Option 1 and that seems to give us what we need. The other changes that resulted are actually along the lines of what we wanted to do, so I think we’re in good shape!

    Thanks!

    #113458

    Hey!

    Great, glad that I could help you :)

    Best regards,

    Peter

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