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    I have been changing the styles of my blog today and in the header section everything seems to work perfectly apart from “Primary color

    Font color for links, dropcaps and other elements” & “Highlight color

    Secondary color for link and button hover, etc”

    Both of these elements can be changed but don’t take effect whatsoever. I wish to change the two around so that the links start at #fefefe and then change to a slightly darker white when hovered.

    Thanks! :)


    Also is there a way to change the top menu so that it has different link styles than the main menu because otherwise the links become invisible when hovered or active?



    Sometimes it happens that the font changer becomes unresponsive, for a reason I have yet to find. The issue is usually fixable by simply reloading the styling page and then trying to change the colors again. Did you already try this?

    2.) If you post us a link to your site that would help a lot with any css modifications since I am not sure yet what exactly you are trying to do :)



    sorry forgot the link it’s http://rerral.com

    I have reload the page a few times and it still doesn’t work. I have also taken a look through the CSS files and can’t see an error. Also as far as I can tell all no custom CSS is related to the menus.

    There is a lot of CSS files so i’m still searching for the selector to change it manually but haven’t seen it yet.

    Thanks for the help :)



    You can add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS to change the menu color:

    .header_color .main_menu ul:first-child > li > a {
    color: #fefefe;

    Hover State:

    .header_color .main_menu ul:first-child > li > a:hover {
    color: red;



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