CSS for Triton Lite and Font Color

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    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;

    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).

    Please help if it's not too stupid :)

    The blog is http://sweetguitars.wordpress.com (as you can see, wordpress hosted).

    Thanks :)

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



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


    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;


    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.


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


    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?


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

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