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Changing submenu color/density

  1. parcvolunteer17
    Member

    Most of my readers are over 60 and the faint color/density of the submenu in this template is difficult to see. I would like to have the submenus just as "bright" or "dense" as the parent topics and then enhance the parent topic just a little to make it stand out as it was originally. This is a great template, just need this little tweak to help our members.

    The blog I need help with is w5wx.net.

  2. Hello @parcvolunteer17,

    If you're referring to these submenus in gray - https://i.imgur.com/sl63leo.png, with your WordPress plan you can change the colors by adding custom css in your Customizer.

    1. Click this link: https://wordpress.com/customize/w5wx.net
    2. Go to CSS on the side menu.
    3. Then put in this code:

    .main-navigation li li a {
    	color: #FFFFFF;

    4. You can change the hex value (FFFFFF) to a different color if you want. You can refer to this link for colors: http://htmlcolorcodes.com/
    5. Click Save and Publish button.

    You can find more information from this link:
    https://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/editing-css/

    Let me know if you got stuck anywhere, so I can further assist you.

    Regards,
    Rose

  3. parcvolunteer17
    Member

    Brilliant!!!!! Thanks so much, exactly what we needed! You all should be called the "Wordpress CSS Wizards!"
    Thanks again!

  4. You're welcome! :)

  5. Am I correct in determining that Delicacy theme (retired) does not have a CSS input method? The links are to very predetermined allowable basic changes.
    My only options are:

    Site ID
    Colors & Background
    Fonts
    Header Image
    Menus
    Widget
    STatic Front Page
    Freatured Content

  6. @annedh52, to add custom CSS, you would need the WordPress.com Premium or Business plan, which include Custom Design and the ability to add custom CSS.

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