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    My homepage footer is displaying differently than all my other pages’ footers. Please take a look: http://www.dataccount.com

    I didn’t touch the css, just used the options within the theme to change the color.

    Thanks

    #92367

    Hi,

    Are you using skin1? If so please add this at the very bottom of css > skin1.css

    #wrapper_featured_area, #wrapper_footer_top {
    background: gray url("../images/skin1/bg_grain.png") repeat-x bottom center;
    }

    Just change the gray color to the color of your theme.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #92368

    I am using the default style, so I am assuming it is style1.css and it is picking up skin1 images (there is no skin1.css). I found the code you suggested I add in the css already. This is how it is listed:

    ‘#wrapper_featured_area, #wrapper_footer_top{

    background: transparent url(“../images/skin1/bg_grain.png”) repeat-x bottom center;

    }’

    I would think “transparent” should allow the theme color I selected display. It seems to be doing so on the subpages’ footers. Nevertheless, changing this to my desired color worked. Thanks!

    Just curious: I have used the theme before and I didn’t have this issue. Why isn’t it picking up the color of the background color I have set thru the theme and why is it different than all the other page footers?

    One more question: where can I find the text attributes for the footer text?

    #92369

    Hi nancyso,

    I can’t say for sure why it didn’t work the same as in other instances but there are a few javascript errors visible when inspecting with Chrome and there could be a complication there (though unlikely).

    For the footer, it depends on what you want to edit exactly. Most things can be targeted by using the widget ID for that item. So using your choice of code inspection (firebug or Chrome/Safari’s built in inspectors) you would inspect the blog feed you have in your column 4 and target it like:

    #community_news-2 p {
    font-size: 12px;
    }

    Since the widget has a specific ID of #community_news-2 and you want to change the paragraph style.

    Regards,

    Devin

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