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CSS for Triton Lite and Font Color

  1. Hi,

    I'm using the Triton Lite theme and wanted to change the blog's font color to black, because the default version is light grey and pale.
    Now, I'm a complete newbie to CSS. When one goes to Design -> Custom Design -> CSS, we have this stylesheed editor. On the bottom you can view the original stylesheet.
    As a noob, I open this and copy (for example) this

    body {
    background: #edeef0;
    color: #7f7f7f;
    font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 13px;
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
    }
    </p> <p>into the editor. But whatever I copy and change (here: color: #00000), nothing happens. This is with all changes I make (font size in footer area). </p> <p>Please help if it's not too stupid :)</p> <p>The blog is http://sweetguitars.wordpress.com (as you can see, wordpress hosted).</p> <p>Thanks :)

    The blog I need help with is sweetguitars.wordpress.com.

  2. ^ as you can see, I fail with codes even in the forum

  3. The site you referenced is using twenty eleven. Are you talking about a different site, or did you switch themes?

    This is the solution for Triton LIte.

    .lay1 > div .post-content, #posts {
    color: #000000;
    }
  4. Thanks for answering. I switched recently due to the problems I had and I will use Twenty Eleven for the next time.
    Thanks again, maybe there are others who have the same problems.

  5. You are welcome, and yes I suspect there will be others wanting to change that, so nothing is ever wasted in a forum.

  6. mismatchedchucks
    Member

    I also posted something in the forum, but was wondering if I could get an answer here, too. I'm hoping to change the post titles on the homepage from all-caps to normal text. I've used CSS codes from other themes to no avail. Is there something special for Triton Lite?

  7. @mismatchedchucks, I answered you in the other thread you started on that issue.

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