How to change font of Copyright c 2013 footoer claim

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  • #35194

    Macxxz
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    The font seems to interfear with the red background I´ve choosen. How to optimize that, change font or something else, the red color is mandatory: look at the bottom of the start screen here

     

     

    #35197

    braddalton
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    Your site has been blacklisted for spam:

    Known Spam detected.
    Details: http://sucuri.net/malware/entry/MW:SPAM:SEO

    web site: music2biz.com
    status: Site with warnings
    web trust: Not Blacklisted

    I.E Has it blacklisted.


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    #35198

    Macxxz
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    #35201

    Macxxz
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    I checked the site with sucuri: http://sitecheck.sucuri.net/scanner/?&scan=https://music2biz.com/blog

    Not blacklisted.

    So what about my font issue?

    #35278

    braddalton
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    The Sucuri tool isn’t accurate. It can’t access your server. Your site has been blacklisted and i have seen the warning in 3 different browsers.

    Internet Explorer http://s4.postimg.org/a7lzq43tp/I_E_browser_warning.png
    Google Chrome http://s11.postimg.org/xwhc5f0yr/Crome_Warning.png
    Firefox http://s7.postimg.org/9k1l12zkb/Firefox_warning.png

    Just thought i would let you know because it can cause a huge loss of traffic.


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    #35282

    Macxxz
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    Thanks for that. I appreciate it and I already send an Email to my collegue who takes care of such things.

    But why are you ignoring my question concerning the design?

    The font seems to interfear with the red background I´ve choosen. How to optimize that, change font or something else, the red color is mandatory.

    See this sreenshot

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/f900nmadf9kmn18/Bildschirmfoto%202013-04-13%20um%2012.58.58.png

    #35283

    braddalton
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    I am not adding an exception to my Firewall after 3 browsers blacklisted your site.

    What theme are you using?

    You will need to change the CSS code for your footer which includes some type of text-shadow effect. Remove this effect and change the color for your footer font in your child themes style.css file.

    You can insepct your footer text using a Firefox extension named Firebug. This will give you the line number where the CSS code is located in your style sheet to modify.


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    #35284

    Posh John
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    First you’ll need to get rid of the text shadow on line 1343 in style.css (delete the line that says “text-shadow:1px 1px #FFFFFF;”)

    To change the footer link colours find this on line 1360 of your style.css

    #footer a, #footer a:visited {
    color: #333333;
    }

    …and change the #333333 to #fff

    To change the non-hyperlinked paragraph text, change line 1356 in style.css to..

    #footer p {
    color: #FFFFFF;
    font-size: 14px;
    }

    Ps: The link you gave pointed to the https version of your url and you don’t have a security certificate, which is throwing up warning messages


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    #35287

    Macxxz
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    Hi thanks a lot. That looks helpful. Tomorow I will follow your advice.

    Regards

     

     

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