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I am using Education Pro and have changed the template to Education Pro Blue in Theme settings.
Howver, it's not the right blue for my client (a politician who has to use party colours exactly)
Can i add some css code (where and what) to the theme or change this in the child theme editor (again, where and what)?
Any help would be greatly appreciatedhttp://onvizi.com/demo/memberforkatherine/
The best approach is to learn how to use your browser's inspect tool to target the HTML and see the CSS that impacts it. https://victorfont.com/how-to-use-your-browsers-inspect-tool/
You'll find the Education Blue theme colors in style.css starting around line 1843.
I actually already knew how to do that, I was just wondering if there is some additional CSS that I could enter into the appearance>customize>css that would solve the issue so that when the theme is updated, I don't need to keep changing the theme css
I have changed the theme css for now, but it's not a perfect long term solution
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