For The Cause

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  • #12349
    Rachael Robinson
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    Hi Jamie,

    Hope your well.

    Please could you provide some code for me to be able to change the background colour of my drop down navigations to white?

    http://www.primarycarealliances-fgseh.co.uk/

    As you can see, if you hover over ‘staff membership area’ and ‘home’ you currently cannot see the wording, however I want to keep the wording black so that it does not change my features text colour.

    Thanks for your help.

    Rachael

    #12376
    Nick Burne
    Participant

    Hi Rachel,

    Just to confirm are you using the CX Menu pack?

    Let me know!

    Nick

    #12388
    Rachael Robinson
    Participant

    Hi,

    Yes I think so…

    #12390
    Rachael Robinson
    Participant

    I have just copied the ‘For The Cause’ theme tutorial that is on here, so I guess whatever that one does.

    Thanks,

    #12394
    Nick Burne
    Participant

    Hi Rachel,

    Ok – now I can see. It’s just the For The Cause theme.

    In the theme options there should be an option to change the ‘hover/dropdown background color’. Probably under navigation or primary navigation.

    Can you see that?

    Nick

    #12396
    Rachael Robinson
    Participant

    Hi Nick,

    Sorry Nick, I wrote ‘For The Cause’ in the title under WordPress Themes heading in the forums.

    Well it does not seem to have that option, it seems you only have the ‘body background’ option then everything else is standard unless you have coding to change it? It is not like the Canvas Theme where you have options of everything?

    Thanks,

    #12397
    Nick Burne
    Participant

    Try this in your custom.css file (in your child theme)

    .sub-menu { background-color: white; }

    or

    #navigation ul.nav li > ul {
    background-color: white;
    }

    Can’t guarantee either will work, but I hope they will!

    #12398
    Nick Burne
    Participant

    Try this in your custom.css file (in your child theme)

    .sub-menu { background-color: white; }

    or

    #navigation ul.nav li > ul {
    background-color: white;
    }

    Can’t guarantee either will work, but I hope they will!

    #12400
    Rachael Robinson
    Participant

    Fantastic, thank you!

    The second one worked ans its looks great!

    Thanks for the help.

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