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Change the colour of header text

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Hi,

I currently have red text as the colour of my header text. <strong>I want to keep that.</strong>
But the colour of the rolldown menus is also red, <strong>I want to change that to white.</strong>

So whenever the blue box appears behind the red text, it becomes white. Currently it only becomes white once you hover over the rolldown text, but I want it all to be white from the beginning. See attached image to see what I want to change.

Website can be found here:
www.novelconcept.org

Answers (8)

2013-06-18

Giri answers:

#menu-main-nav .sub-menu li a span {
color:#ffffff !important;
}


Giri comments:

li .parent.hover a span {
color:#ffffff !important;
}
#menu-main-nav .sub-menu li a span {
color:#ffffff !important;
}


Giri comments:

Use the code I given in my last answer.


Giri comments:

Please note it should be placed at the end of your style.css file. Also don't forget to clear your minify plugin cache.


Giri comments:

One little bug in my previous code. Here is the fix


li.parent.hover a span {
color:#ffffff !important;
}

#menu-main-nav .sub-menu li a span {
color:#ffffff !important;
}


Giri comments:

Sorry small fix again..

#menu-main-nav li.parent.hover a span strong {
color:#ffffff !important;
}

#menu-main-nav .sub-menu li a span {
color:#ffffff !important;
}


I tested it.. It works correctly


philipzeplin comments:

Sadly didn't work :( (nothing changed)


philipzeplin comments:

Sorry, you posted a lot more, lemme check again.


philipzeplin comments:

Semi-working!
Currently it only changes the main top level text, but not the text in the dropdown box.
Included a screenshot so you can see. The text in the "first" box, should be white, like it is naturally in the "second" box.