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Help needed with changing font color

  1. lipsouthscarborough
    Member

    Hi There,

    I am looking to change the font color and have 2 questions for anyone you can help me out here:

    1) How or rather where can I change the font color for the web page content for my web site? I am using the "Greenery"
    theme for my blog website by iLemoned and we have purchased the custom design upgrade as well.

    2) Also, do I need to change the font color in each and every web page, or is there a common palce where I can make this change?

    Thanks and appreciate any help with this!

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

  2. You know, Greenery has nearly a billion places where font color is set (well, 39 actually).

    Your best bet is to copy the stylesheet out and into a plain text file and then search for the following.

    color:

    You can then go through them one at a time and change them as you see fit. You will want to only add what you are changing to the CSS edit window, do not copy and paste the entire stylesheet. Example.

    The body selector looks like this

    body {
        background: url("images/bg.gif") repeat scroll 0 0 #B1E11C;
        color: #A6B79B;
        font-family: "Lucida Grande",Verdana,Arial,Sans-Serif;
        font-size: 62.5%;
        margin: 0;
        padding: 0;
        text-align: center;
    }

    If you are changing only the color in body, then you would add this to your CSS edit window and then change the hex color code.

    body {
    color: #A6B79B;
    }

    You can add a selector and color declaration, change the color and then use the preview function to see what changes if you are not sure.

  3. lipsouthscarborough
    Member

    Hi,

    Firstly, thanks for the reply! I figured out that I need to change the font color in the div class .postentry in the greenery theme. So, in the edit CSS window I added the following:

    .postentry {
    color: #000000;

    /* customizing the original colour used in the theme as per LIP reqt.
    color: #748669; */
    }

    Now, this div class does have more code in the original theme, so I am guessing it will pick up the other liens of code from the original div class and only override the font color property. Am I correct here? please guide me.

    Also, when I make this change and preview the page, the fotn color gets changed but I see a javascript error on line 550 - I am guessing it is somewhere related to defining the div class. I am not sure, how to solve the error though. Am I missing something here?

    Thanks once again for all your help and support!

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