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How to change the font color of the Header, without the sub-header?Asked by hdinwiddie on June 14, 2012 at 07:10 PM
Hi. I have read a thread or two about changing the color of the header background and placing an image instead, and most closely to my question, is changing the color of the SUB-header font. What's I need to do, please, is to change the color of the font on the Header itself...not sub-header. I'm using the Pastel (gray header) theme/template; the font shows up a beautiful burnt orange color when editing the form, but, when I go to view it as a user would view, ONLY the sub-header is burnt orange the rest is dark gray. Please help. :-)
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this script below to change the font color is not working. Please advise
In order to change the color of the just the header (and not the subheader) please insert this custom CSS:
color: #FD8F29 !important;
I created an animation to guide you through achieving that:
Please let us know if you need further assistance with the header or any other element.