How can I change the color of…

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  • #157857

    Hi there…

    On the recent posts section, the title and text of the most recent post is presented under a purple color in background. How can I change that color?

    The blog I need help with is brunomega.rio.

    #157860

    sakinshrestha
    Theme Author

    Hi

    You can change the background purple color by editing the color code in the following CSS and then add it in Custom CSS:

    .first-post .hentry {
        background-color: #ac75ac;
    }

    Note: You can get color codes from here https://htmlcolorcodes.com/

    Regards,
    Sakin

    #157868

    Hi Sakin, thanks. It works well. I see como other colors I would like to change. For instance, the “More Posts” button has the same purple color as the first-post CSS and I would like to change as well, so we have the same look and feel from the original template, I mean, having background and buttons using the same color. Moreover, the footers are using a king of “light-soft-purple” color. What are the CSS for these colors?

    #157881

    sakinshrestha
    Theme Author

    If you want to change the overall purple color then you can remove the previous CSS I gave you earlier and add the following CSS instead:

    .first-post .hentry,
    .archive-posts-wrapper .nav-links a,
    .hero-content-wrapper .section-content-wrap:before, 
    .single-footer-meta-wrapper:before, 
    .footer-widget-area:before,
    #scrollup {
        background-color: #ac75ac;
    }
    #158597

    Hello,

    this is all very helpful and it works!
    I manahged to change the backgorund purple color and that of “More posts” button. However the date of the posts remain written on the same purple color.

    Help?! :-)

    #158614

    sakinshrestha
    Theme Author

    Hello @diananicmorus,

    You can change the color code in the following CSS and add it in “Custom CSS“:

    .first-post .entry-meta {
        background-color: #674667;
    }

    Regards,
    Sakin

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