September 2, 2010 at 11:00 am #1004
1- If I want to change the text color on the menu titles to orange, what should I do?
2- How do I change overall theme font? (in the content area of every page)
Thank you (my client is very picky :-)September 3, 2010 at 6:47 am #33611
If you are using style1 then change the style1.css file.
I recommend you download mozilla and install a plugin called Firebug. This will enable you to right click on any part of a page and see the code associated to it and the files where that code is. The file you are looking for is in the css folder…depending on the style you are using.
As for the theme font it will either be in the style(number).css or in the style.css at the root of the theme.September 4, 2010 at 2:27 pm #33612September 4, 2010 at 2:54 pm #33613
I agree with Monsoon. Firebug is the best solution for your problem. Newscast has two main menus with several css declarations. I.e. if you’re using style1.css search for
#nav li a
#nav .current a, #nav li a:hover, #nav .currentli_item a
#catnav li a strong
in style1.css and change the color to anything you like.
To your second question:
Open style.css and fiind following code:
/*Structured layout mainpage*/
font-family: Arial, Helevtica, Verdana, san-serif;
Change the font-family to anything you like. But consider that these settings depend on the client, so if someone doesn’t have a certain font, another font is displayed instead – i.e. in this case if the client/browser doesn’t support Arial the font Helevtica will be displayed instead. If that doesn’t work Verdana will be displayed and last but not least a san-serif font will appear. You might want to try @font-face (only newest browser generation and ie6+) or cufon implementation.
The DudeSeptember 6, 2010 at 11:11 am #33614
I searched for similar to Firebug, for Safari, and found Web Inspector. Very, very cool. Not new, but I just didn´t know about it:September 6, 2010 at 1:20 pm #33615
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