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Tagged: Centric theme
I'm trying to figure out how to change the color scheme to white so that everything that normally changes when you change the color scheme, changes to white instead of the available color choices.
I think another thing that would need to be adjusted would be the font color on the navigation menu since it is white as a default and will become invisible if everything is white.
Is this possible?
You can change any color scheme to any color you'd like. Color scheme's are just CSS. Edit style.css, find the color scheme you're currently using and change the colors to what you want. Let's say you're using the charcoal scheme, search for the .centric-pro-charcoal class. The only color scheme you can't find this way is the default scheme. Colors for the default theme are scattered throughout style.css. I suggest changing one of these specific color scheme's to your white scheme and using that instead of trying to change the default.
Thanks Victor, i'll give it a shot.
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