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I added an additional header to my Monochrome Pro theme for a contact phone number. All works great except on iPhones. The names preceding the phone number are there in white as they should be. The phone number is black/blue and basically unseen in the header. I'm not finding where I can make this adjustment. Thanks.http://therealestateduo.com/
The link is set to the site's accent color, which is the same as the before-header background. I would add a class to the link element so you can control its color better.
As an FYI, if you're not using Safari, I suggest installing it. Safari dev tools allow you to see the source on an iPhone when it's connected to your computer. It works the same as the any browser's built-in inspection tool does on a regular website.
Thanks @VictorFont for your helpful ideas. I'm slow in taking action but finally did so today.
In style.css, I added the following code:
color: #FFF; /*ADUNATE added so phone number on cell phone is white*/
In the widget, I changed the html to this:
Call or Text June & Terry <span class="white">262-528-3862</span>
Unfortunately, this didn't bring any change. Anything I should correct? Perhaps anything else?
Also, thanks for your Safari suggestion. I am using it. Dumb question, how do I do Inspect Elements for/on an iPhone?
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