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    Anyway to get rid of these image borders on our front page.. we are using the alternate content setting for this page, but get them on either or. The image is transparent with no border in the file.

    Thanks again!!


    Along the same lines as this… if you look at our menu options on “About us” for example.. how do I change the font, color, IN the menu, it seems almost too soft, would like it to pop more. You can see the same example on ministires menu. I’ve played with all the colors for that header text area and have no luck.


    And one more front page question, sorry, next time I will make one post.

    On the image rotator, when you hover over it.. it shows an overlay image of a “link”. Can this be disabled? Kind of distracting for the front page.


    1) Add following css code to css/custom.css:

    #top.home #wrap_all .flex_column .slideshow_container {
    border: none;

    2) You can change the menu link color with following code (adjust the color value):

    .header_color .main_menu ul:first-child > li > a{
    color: #333;

    3) You can remove the link icon with following css code:

    .home .external_image .image_overlay_effect_inside{
    background: none !important;


    Thanks Dude. You guys provide great support. All worked except the 2nd and 3rd one..

    I have honestly been thinking about going with a different rotator, one that gives me thumbnails at the bottom. Any suggestions?

    But along the same lines, I would like for that to be disabled on images in general… kind of takes away from the smoothness of the site. Let me know what to try next, I have no problem dropping it in. Thanks again for all you guys do.


    Also: .header_color .main_menu ul:first-child > li > a{

    color: #333;


    This didn’t seem to change the actual text in the dropdown menu, just the main menu text. (See About Us) for an example.

    I’ll mention we are also running this code to keep the header transparent:

    .boxed #header .container_wrap {

    background: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.2);



    After a reinstall, all the suggestions seem to be working, you can close this out for now. Thanks for all the help!!



    Glad that it works now :)



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