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#1000106

Hey atifaijaz123,
I tested this on my localhost and found that the code needed “!important;” to work.
Please try this code in the General Styling > Quick CSS field and adjust the color to suit:

.main_color .av-timeline-nav a span {
    background-color: #ff7827 !important; 
    opacity:1;
}

Best regards,
Mike

#1000837

Hi Mike,

Thanks for this, but unfortunately it didn’t work. Is there another code that may work?

Thanks

#1000860

Hi atifaijaz123,

Could you please give us a link to your website, we need more context to be able to help you.

Best regards,
Victoria

#1000883

The timeline is under “Behind the Name”

The navigation arrows are way to light, I am trying to make them green. (#339533)

  • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by  atifaijaz123.
#1000890

Hi,

Have you tried adding Mike’s code to the very top of quick css so it runs first and clearing the cache a few times over?

Best regards,
Jordan Shannon

#1000892

Yes, I have. It still doesn’t work.

#1000921

Hi,

Add this to quick css. I have tested this myself.

.av-timeline-nav a span{
color:green!important;
}

Best regards,
Jordan Shannon

#1000932

Thanks for this Jordan! With this I added:

.av-timeline-nav a span{
color:white!important;
background-color:green!important;
}

and was able to get what I wanted.

Best Regards!

#1000933

You can close this thread

#1000934

Hi,

Perfect! I’m glad we were able to get this resolved. If you need additional help, please let us know here in the forums.

Best regards,
Jordan Shannon

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