Loving Genesis/Child Themes. Question, though... How to change the color of the entire #title area so that it spans the full width? I read in another thread that I needed to change the width of the wrap, then the width of the elements inside of it. Is this the case? Seems I'd have to go through and figure out every element within the wrap, then. And there's #wrap and .wrap, so which one?
Best to install the Firebug extension for Firefox and inspect each element so you can change the color in real time using your browser before you change the code in the child themes style.css file.
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Thanks - I have Firebug and I know how to use it to figure out elements. I'm new to Genesis, but not CSS. I was asking if there was a simpler solution than screwing around in php files. My solution for now is to change the color of #wrap, then change #inner back to white.
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