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  • #60486

    Posey
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    Somehow I’ve changed the gray color for the page wrapper or there are two settings and only one is changed.
    Can someone help me with finding the css code where I can change the color back to what the default was?
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    Thanks so much,
    Posey

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    #62662

    cdils
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    Hi Posey,

    Looks like you got this solved? Let me know if you’re still needing help.

    Cheers,
    Carrie


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    #62689

    Posey
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    Hi Carrie:
    Yes I still need help with this. The wrapper is showing up white/clear and I want it to be this hex code #f5fffa.
    I s there more than one place for the wrapper code? Does one place over-riding another? And if so what would that be?
    Thanks
    Posey

    #62691

    cdils
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    Hi Posey,

    Under Appearance > Background you can change your body background color to #f5fffa. Does that get the effect you’re wanting?

    Carrie


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    #62701

    Posey
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    Well, I changed the code here and saved and cleared the cache but no change. I want the wrap to be that hex color so that the post/pages look like white paper laying on the pale blue shade. So I’m missing something is it another part of the code?

    /* Body
    ———————————————————— */

    body {
    background-color: #f5fffa;
    }

    ::-moz-selection {
    background-color: #006493;
    color: #fff;
    }

    ::selection {
    background-color: #baee93;
    color: #222222;
    }

    #62705

    cdils
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    Ah! Looking at your CSS, this is overriding your settings:

    body.custom-background {
    background-color: #FFFFFF;
    }

    That bit of code is coming from Appearance > Background. Try modifying your background color and see if it fixes it for ya?

    Cheers,
    Carrie


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    #62708

    Posey
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    Carrie,
    Sorry, I have looked and looked for that line of code and can’t find it.
    Can you give me a little more information so that I can find it. It is not included in the body code I showed before so it must be in with something else. I’ve looked the whole way through the code several times but can’t find it.
    Thanks,
    Posey

    #62710

    cdils
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    If you’re in your WordPress admin dashboard and go to the Appearance menu, Background, do you see a color setting there? That’s where you need to change it, not in your style.css. :)


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    #62713

    Posey
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    Yessss, “I see” said the blind man.
    Thank you so much,
    Posey

    #62714

    cdils
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    Yay! Glad you “saw” it. :)


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