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Old 04-28-2020, 08:44 AM
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Changing Hyperlink Colour For Headline


Hello all, I'm desperately trying to figure out how to use CSS to change the hyperlink colour for my cover/headline.

It defaults to blue and clashes with my cover image. I've tried using the following code to no avail:

.ecwid a, .ecwid a:active, .ecwid a:visited {
color: #fed4f2;
}

Here's the link to my store: http://www.picturesofpaintings.shop
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Old 05-04-2020, 07:09 AM
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Hello all, I'm desperately trying to figure out how to use CSS to change the hyperlink colour for my cover/headline.

It defaults to blue and clashes with my cover image. I've tried using the following code to no avail:

.ecwid a, .ecwid a:active, .ecwid a:visited {
color: #fed4f2;
}

Here's the link to my store: http://www.picturesofpaintings.shop
Hello!

This is Rina from Ecwid Customer Care team. Thank you for your message!

To change the links in your cover texts, please, use the following CSS code:

HTML Code:
.cover .cover-text a {
    color: #fed4f2;
}
To apply this code:

1) Go to your Ecwid Control Panel > Design.
2) Scroll down and click on the "Create Theme" button.
3) Create a new CSS theme and add this code to the gray field.
4) Activate this theme by clicking on Active status to the right of the field.
5) Click the "Save" button.

Once you save the changes, these links will be pink. If you want another color, feel free to replace the value #fed4f2 with another one. For more colors please visit http://www.color-hex.com/

If you have any other questions, please, feel free to email us at support@ecwid.com.
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Old 05-07-2020, 08:55 AM
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Hi there. Sorry, what if I need to change only some latters in link. For example I have a link Requva.com, I need to do Re in black color and quva.com in blue color. Thanks.
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Old 05-22-2020, 05:21 PM
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Hello!

This is Jackie, Ecwid Team.

Sorry, this can't be achieved. The thing is that CSS codes are applied to the whole element, not its parts. So if you have a link, the code will change it whole.

I recommend finding a versatile colour so that the text is easy to read in any place of the cover.

If you have any other questions, please, feel free to email us at support@ecwid.com.
 

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