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Thread began 12/17/2009 8:59 am by gruant2000381341 | Last modified 1/18/2010 5:29 pm by gruant2000381341 | 1056 views | 4 replies

Awemaker

Well, I did it differently, but I got it!

I freely admit I am still a nimrod on CSS- having said that. . .

I wasn't quite sure how to add it there, or if I should have added it in the common.css which is, well, common to the light and dark themes. Also, the (what I guess are) naming conventions scared me away to look elsewhere. So I did, and. . .

I found out that the link colors were being defined all the way up in the screen.css from having used CSS Sculptor, and so I changed it there. It was something I hadn't tweaked yet, and the colors I chose for links work site-wide as well. So that's another one crossed off the list.

Thanks for your help!

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