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    I’m trying to change the meta color.. found here ../wp-content/uploads/dynamic_avia/mychildtheme.css?ver=1

    .main_color .heading-color, .main_color h1, .main_color h2, .main_color h3, .main_color h4, .main_color h5, .main_color h6, .main_color .sidebar .current_page_item > a, .main_color .sidebar .current-menu-item > a, .main_color .pagination .current, .main_color .pagination a:hover, .main_color strong.avia-testimonial-name, .main_color .heading, .main_color .toggle_content strong, .main_color .toggle_content strong a, .main_color .tab_content strong, .main_color .tab_content strong a, .main_color .asc_count, .main_color .avia-testimonial-content strong, .main_color div .news-headline {

    color: #BBBBBB;


    by changing color: #BBBBBB; to color: #FFFFFF;

    but to no avail… I tried inputting the css three ways:

    • Quick CSS in the theme

    • Editor

    • My theme-child’s style.css

    None of these options work.. I guess it has to do with the avia generator.. How can I change this color ?



    Oh.. just realized there is a custom.css file.. and it works once input there.. I prefer when I can do this through my own child-theme style.css that way when I update the theme I have no risk of deleting my changes.. Though of course I keep a backup.



    You have to remember the order of the files in the cascade that css that comes at the end , when there is enough specificity, will override the css that was earlier and the child css file I think is the first css file in the cascade. So you best bet is to use the custom.css file



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