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How to change the hoover color

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  • Started 12 years ago by Uwe
  • Latest reply from tarpontech
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  1. Hi, how can I change the color (now:red) to anather color everywher, except on the link page. I can not find the css seperator. I using the child theme of thematic powerblock.

    Thanks for alle answers.


    Posted 12 years ago #
  2. Hey Uwe,

    maybe someone else can see a solution for this. I believe that it won't work with a single declaration. Take a look here: Specificity

    You need to change the separate declarations, for example:

    #blog-title a:active, #blog-title a:hover {color:orange;}
    .entry-title a:active, .entry-title a:hover {color:orange;}
    .entry-meta a:active, .entry-meta a:hover {color:orange;}
    .entry-utility a:active, .entry-utility a:hover {color:orange;}

    and so on.



    Posted 12 years ago #
  3. Hey Chris,

    thank you for the answer. Do I have to make the changes in my childtheme style.css?

    By the way: The link in the footer (Built on the [theme-link].) brings you to a 404 Page.



    Posted 12 years ago #
  4. Hey Uwe,

    yep .. you add these definitions to your child theme's CSS.

    Will take care of the 404.



    Posted 12 years ago #
  5. Hello,

    Chris, thanks for your code on changing the link hover color. I put that into my style.css and it worked fine for the main body.

    However I still need to find out how to change the hover color for the links in the sidebar widgets and the footer... Here's a link if you need I'm just starting to learn css - anybody got an answer for this?


    Posted 12 years ago #
  6. Hi Gary,

    this would be:

    .aside a:active, .aside a:hover {color:orange;}


    Posted 12 years ago #
  7. jana

    What would I add to change the blog post title scroll over color.

    Posted 11 years ago #
  8. .entry-title a


    .entry-title a:active, .entry-title a:hover

    Will get you started. Jana, I found that using the Web Developer Add-on for Firefox works wonders when trying to identify css id's and classes. It has a nifty function that allows you to click on an area, and it'll show you what css is assigned to the area, greatly speeding up the process of finding the stuff you want to change.

    Posted 11 years ago #

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