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updating Section CSS Class

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  • #20290
    Stan Kitson
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    I have to update the about-me class on one of the sections so the type is white instead of black.

    I tried a number of ways to get this to work, but haven’t found a solution. Please explain in detail how I can accomplish my goal.

    This is what I’ve tried:

    I added a new class to the Custom CSS on the basic settings page:
    .about-me-white body p {color: #ffffff;}
    Then added #about-me-white to the Section CSS Class in the section, it did not work.
    I also tried .about-me-white in the Section CSS Class, it did not work.

    I added .about-me-white body p {color: #ffffff;} to the Section CSS Class in the section, with nothing in the Custom CSS on the basic page. It didn’t work.

    I added .about-me-white body p {color: #ffffff;} to the Custom CSS on the basic settings page and left the Section CSS Class blank. It didn’t work.

    Please provide an example of how it should work.

    Thanks.

    #20313
    Grace Themes
    Member

    Hi,

    Please send your website URL and WordPress admin login details at support@gracethemes.com so we can check and assist you quickly.

    Regards
    Grace Themes

    #20317
    Stan Kitson
    Participant

    I appreciate you wanting to do it for me, but I need to understand how its done so I can do it in the future.

    The class “about-me” has the font as black. I want it white.
    In the Custom CSS on the Basic tab I put: .about-me-white body p {color: #ffffff;}
    In the Section CSS Class I put: class=”about-me-white”

    This does not work.

    So, should I put anything in the Custom CSS on the Basic Tab? If so, what?
    What do I put in the Section CSS Class field?

    Thanks for your help.

    #20339
    Grace Themes
    Member

    Please send your website URL so we can check it.

    #20355
    Grace Themes
    Member

    Hi,

    The changes has been completed.
    I have added the below css code to change the text color in Appearance -> Theme Options -> Basic Settings -> Custom CSS

    .aboutme-des h6 { color: #ffffff; }
    .about-me p { color: #ffffff !important; }

    Please heck your website by clearing the browser cache or check in private/incognito window.

    Regards
    Grace Themes

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