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  • #8638
    WooThemes Canvas: Black Post Background 2
    Robert Ward
    Member

    Hi Jamie,

    is it possible to achieve almostfearless.com post black background in Canvas?

    this is my blog http://hungryescapade.com/

    Unlike almost fearless I just want one column, with the photo with the black box and writing underneath attached and link to post.

    Hope that makes sense!

    Ta muchly :-)

    #8642
    WooThemes Canvas: Black Post Background 3
    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Hi Robert,

    You will need to create some custom css for this.

    Here’s a starter for you :)

    .post {
    background-color: black;
    }

    Then you will also need to target the text colour etc

    Jamie

    #8643
    WooThemes Canvas: Black Post Background 3
    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Hi Robert,

    You will need to create some custom css for this.

    Here’s a starter for you :)

    .post {
    background-color: black;
    }

    Then you will also need to target the text colour etc

    Jamie

    #9141
    WooThemes Canvas: Black Post Background 2
    Robert Ward
    Member

    Hi Jamie,

    is it possible to change the colour of the selector dots under the business slider (sorry not sure what they are called)

    Thanks

    Rob

    #9151
    WooThemes Canvas: Black Post Background 3
    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Hi Rob,

    Here you go (change the red value)

    #loopedSlider .pagination li a, #loopedSlider .flex-control-nav li a, .slider-pagination a {
    background: none repeat scroll 0 0 red;

    }

    #9153
    WooThemes Canvas: Black Post Background 2
    Robert Ward
    Member

    Excellent!! Cheers very helpful Jamie

    I have another question is there a way to get the selected picture dot to be a different colour from the unselected dots?

    Ta muchly

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