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  • Sep. 17th, 2006 at 1:50 PM
Hello. :)

I am using Weston Blue.

Is there a way to change the entry text color and the links color to black? I went through the tags, and nothing that is there, seems to work. I must be doing it all wrong. 

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redwolf
Sep. 18th, 2006 04:33 am (UTC)
This will change everything in the post to black. Just remove the bits you don't need:
/* date link */

.asset-name a:link,
.asset-name a:visited,
.asset-name a:hover {
color : #000;
}

/* content and time stamp */

.datetime,
.asset-content {
color : #000;
}

/* entry footer links */

.asset-meta-comments a:link,
.asset-meta-comments a:visited,
.asset-meta-comments a:hover {
color : #000;
}

/* entry footer link divider */

.asset-meta-list .item { 
border-color: #000;
}
leosapiens
Sep. 18th, 2006 05:05 am (UTC)
Horaay, thnk you!

Uhm, and the comments too? And all the links, including sidebar?
redwolf
Sep. 18th, 2006 07:33 am (UTC)
Sorry, I assumed it was entry only. nimoloth's solution will fix the bulk, but there are some places that need to be specifically changed too.

You can jam nearly all of this stuff together into one lump. I've just broken it down so you know which bits change what section of the page.
body {
color : #000;
}

/* generic links */

a:link,
a:visited,
a:hover {
color : #000;
}

/* current state of generic links */

.current a:link,
.current a:visited,
.current a:hover {
color : #000;
}

/* entry content and time stamp */

.datetime,
.asset-content {
color : #000;
}

/* entry footer links */

.asset-meta-comments a:link,
.asset-meta-comments a:visited,
.asset-meta-comments a:hover {
color : #000;
}

/* entry footer link divider */

.asset-meta-list .item { 
border-color: #000;
}

/* comments */

#comments,
.comments-header,
.comment {
color : #000;
}

/* sidebar widgets */

.widget-list,
.widget-header,
.widget-content {
color : #000;
}
This doesn't take into account the coloured borders between link lists and under headings in the sidebar. If you want those changed to black, yell and I'll dig up the code needed to change them too.
leosapiens
Sep. 18th, 2006 07:43 am (UTC)
You're the best! thanks! :)
nimoloth
Sep. 18th, 2006 05:04 am (UTC)
Put these in your Custom CSS.

General text colour:

body { colour: #000000; }

Generic links:

a { color: #000000; }

However, that won't change a lot of the links - you need to go through the CSS classes to find which apply to which bits of text. There are a few posts regarding CSS, CSS templates and CSS class lists.
nimoloth
Sep. 18th, 2006 05:05 am (UTC)
Sorry, use American splleing for color at all times.

body { color: #000000; }
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