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Hi everyone. :D

 

First of all, fantastic forum, the help I've found on here is amazing, I'd be lost without it. :thumbsup:

 

I've searched high and low but found no answer to one particular small but annoying problem. I've installed the Featured Products contibution (4.3.4) and it's working fine, but I need to change the colour of the heading text in the main box on index.php. For some reason, it shows up as the same colour as my background, and I can't seem to find a way to change it. The only other text on my site that is this colour are the Header Navigation Bar links. The problem is only on the homepage (index.php), on all categories and subcategory pages it shows up the same colour as my other text. The links are all the right colour, it's just the "Featured Products" box heading.

 

If anyone could help I'd be very grateful, I'll post any solution if I do manage to figure it out.

 

Thanks.

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Hi everyone. :D

 

First of all, fantastic forum, the help I've found on here is amazing, I'd be lost without it. :thumbsup:

 

I've searched high and low but found no answer to one particular small but annoying problem. I've installed the Featured Products contibution (4.3.4) and it's working fine, but I need to change the colour of the heading text in the main box on index.php. For some reason, it shows up as the same colour as my background, and I can't seem to find a way to change it. The only other text on my site that is this colour are the Header Navigation Bar links. The problem is only on the homepage (index.php), on all categories and subcategory pages it shows up the same colour as my other text. The links are all the right colour, it's just the "Featured Products" box heading.

 

If anyone could help I'd be very grateful, I'll post any solution if I do manage to figure it out.

 

Thanks.

 

You need to go to config.php or style.css depending on your site. But most likely style.css will fix it. Hope this helps.

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Thanks for your quick reply!

 

I'd spent ages looking in stylesheet.css, and hadn't managed to change a thing. I finally realised the heading class (in includes/modules/featured.php, should anyone need this for themselves) was set as header navigation, not infobox as I had assumed. Basically I was too thick to realise what I actually needed to change. You can either change the colour of your header navigation links in stylesheet.css, or change the class of the heading to infoboxHeader, to get the same colour scheme as your infoboxes.

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