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I am using default LifestylePro. I cannot figure out how to change my hpyerlink colors.
Thank you so much, Andrea! Nice job.
I have looked at the above video and tried to make the changes in my css editor to change the color of the hyperlinks. However, it seems like when there are different sizes of text in the post (header 4, for example), this somehow overrides the changes that I would normally make and the changes don't show up. Does this make sense? If so, can this only be avoided by making all content text "paragraph" size, or is the a way to make all hyperlinks the same color?
Hi Andrea, I figured it out by changing the body text back to no color. I had changed the default color to black because the default settings on lifestyle pro make the text grayish. Once I did that, I think it was overriding the css changes I had made to the hover color.
Thanks for your prompt reply, I know where to come if I need expert assistance at some point.
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