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For some reason my text is White by default.
How can I change this to #333333.
I changed it in the .content area of CSS but it didn't work.
How can I make a global default content text color?
I don't think it's a problem with your stylesheet. The default text color appears to be #333. However, there is inline CSS that appears to be making the text white. I'm copying a portion of your HTML to show you what I mean. When I changed #ffffff to #33333, the text appeared.
<header class="entry-header"> <h1 class="entry-title" itemprop="headline"> <font size="3" color="#ffffff"> <font size="3" color="#ffffff"> Test </font> </font> </h1> ... </header>
I saw this as well, but when I go to the style sheet I don't see this code, so I can make this change.
Do know where I can change this?
I don't think the code is in your stylesheet. How are you adding the word "Test" to your entry header? Are you using a widget? I'm just trying to figure out where those <font> tags are coming from.
Me too. All I'm doing is adding the text from the regular control panel. Not in a widget.
When you say you're entering it in the regular control panel, do you mean you're writing in the text editor to create a page or post?
I finally figured it out. In the header right widget I had added html to change the text color to white. That's where the mystery html was pulling from. But what I didn't realize was that the default text color in that widget is already white. I don't know why, but adding the html to make the text white made all the text white on the entire site. Anyway, once I took out this change everything worked fine.
Thanks for your time and help.
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