Changing submenu color/density

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    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


    Hello @parcvolunteer17,

    If you’re referring to these submenus in gray –, with your WordPress plan you can change the colors by adding custom css in your Customizer.

    1. Click this link:
    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:
    5. Click Save and Publish button.

    You can find more information from this link:

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



    Brilliant!!!!! Thanks so much, exactly what we needed! You all should be called the “WordPress CSS Wizards!”
    Thanks again!


    You’re welcome! :)



    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
    Header Image
    STatic Front Page
    Freatured Content


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

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