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  • in reply to: Tab Border and Color #23638

    It’s been a great year since you replied! How about yours? 😉

    The above css code you gave (thx) works for changing the background of the open tab, and the background of the hovered tab color (when you change the #colors).

    Here’s the line I needed to add to change the background of the tabs that are just sitting there doing nothing.

    .nav-tabs>li>a {
    background-color: #EAE9E9;

    (#color to taste)

    in reply to: Tabs shortcode not working after recent update #22291

    As usual, you’re both quick and right, Jason.
    It was some fool v 1.0 plugin I never used.
    I’m looking forward to you new release, in part because you are the definition of “responsive” design. 🙂

    in reply to: Tab Border and Color #20490

    Hey Jason,

    Getting back to this late, too many projects!
    I do use the Inspect option in Chrome, and test changes. I figured out the rollover color.
    But for the life of me I cannot seem to find the CSS option for enabling a tab border or changing the default color of the ‘inactive’ tab (from white).

    Help appreciated, as always.

    in reply to: Line Gap on top Nav and Box looks off #8160

    Hi Jason,

    I had the same problem. Zooming was the culprit

    Is there a permanent fix?

    in reply to: Change Tab Text Color #6209

    That did it! Thanks again.

    Question: How much time should I put between my questions up here so as not to be a nuisance?

    btw…my site is
    For a software developer, you’d think I wouldn’t be so CS-Senseless.

    in reply to: Change Tab Text Color #6204

    The devil is in the “use that in your own Custom CSS”.
    I’m a piker at CSS, –which is why I enjoy WP/Alyeska.

    Here’s what I have found via Inspector.
    I seem to be LACKING the correct syntax when I paste it in the Custom CSS field in Theme Editor.

    h1, h2, h3, h6 {
    color: #05489B;
    text-shadow: 1px 1px 1px #fff;

    in reply to: Change Tab Text Color #6191

    Perfect. thx

    I think this request goes along with my posted request about “grey” being a little too light for the old eyes and certain devices, …especially after staring at this damn screen all day.


    I’ve been using Chrome’s Inspector to test code changes.

    I want to change the TAG COLOR used in the titles of pages and widget, but Inspector is telling me it’s in the lightmin.css file, which of course, can’t be found in the WP Editor list of css files. I’d look for it properly but I see that you have suggested NOT to make those changes in theme files.

    So I need the custom CSS code for that as well, when you have a moment.

    (If there’s an FAQ somewhere that would keep me from posting once a week, feel free to tell me)

    in reply to: How to make the font color darker with light style #5901

    Thanks for this code help, Jason. I agree about the “over 50” eyesight!

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