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raaman on Sunday, September 16 2012, 10:56 AM

Change the link colors

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hi all, i am new to this forum. I am using Neutrino template and i would like to ask how we can change the link color in the template. I mean whatever foreground color we apply for the top menu, the same color is applied for all the links in the templates. Thus, if i apply red foreground color then the links too is red which looks ugly.
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  • Replied by zahir on Monday, September 17 2012, 02:15 PM
    Hi raaman, welcome to the forum :)

    If you'd like to make all the link colors below the navigation area in a different color, e.g. green, then simply add the following CSS to the bottom of template.css file to override the default behaviour (replace green below with your desired color/hex code):
    #content_wrapper a:link, #content_wrapper a:visited {
    	color:green;
    }

    Hope that helps!

     
  • Replied by raaman on Monday, September 17 2012, 03:44 PM · Hide · #1
    thank you zahir, it worked. but what if i want to have different color for links in left menu and different color for the links in contents area. lot of css id and class are there, so i am having a headache to find out which is for which.

    thank you onceagain
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  • Replied by zahir on Monday, September 17 2012, 04:00 PM · Hide · #2
    You're welcome Raaman. For the left (or right), you could use the same principle as above i.e:
    #left a:link, #left a:visited {color:yellow}

    This will make all links in the left column yellow. If you only want to change the menu links in the left column, then try this:
    #left .joomla-nav a:link, #left .joomla-nav a:visited {color:yellow}
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    Replied by raaman on Tuesday, September 18 2012, 10:23 AM · Hide · #3
    thankyou zahir for your valuable help
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