Changing menu colours

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    Im working on my website and I’m trying to change the menu colour so that it is a dark blue (#0b7fd4) but a light blue (#4fabec) when hovered over or clicked on.

    I can’t seem to find out how.

    Also, all my pages are appearing at the bottom in a menu that I don’t want. How can I remove this?

    Thank you



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    I checked and I see that you’ve updated the color codes in CSS areas like the following in your theme to make the menu color changes:

    ul#main_menu li a:hover, ul#main_menu li.current-menu-item a, ul#main_menu li.current-menu-item ul li a:hover, .blog_next a:hover, .blog_prev a:hover {
    color: #4FABEC;
    ul#main_menu li a {
    color: #0b7fd4;

    I would recommend checking the theme options to see if there are any built in options to hide the footer menu. If you don’t find an option for that, you could use something like this in a custom CSS widget, such as the one that comes with Jetpack, to hide the menu.

    .footer_menu {
    	display: none;

    To get further help, please try checking with the theme authors.

    Or try asking for help in the volunteer-based forums for self-hosted setups such as the one you’re using.

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