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ShaneGardner

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  1. You will using custom CSS to override the current styles being used. Log in / Design / Custom CSS Example: This value controls the text color : color: rgba(255,255,255,.9); or #FFF which is white. the number 9 is transparency. If you wanted black you would do color: rgba(0,0,0,.9); or #000 HTML <div class="collection"> <a href="/our-projects"> Our Projects </a> </div> CSS color: rgba(255,255,255,.9); Override would be go to your custom CSS panel in Squarespace and add this line of CSS code. a.collection {color: #000;} or a.collection {color: rgba(0,0,0,.9); } "a" stands for link "." is a class "collection" is the class name The best way to figure things out is to use Chrome as your browser and right mouse click on a element that you want to change and choose "Inspect" this will pull up the developer console available within the Chrome browser. You will need to learn a bit of simple CSS and html. but this should give you a start.
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