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Change Color of a Specific Portfolio Title


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@designfordummies, you'd just need to target that specific element based on its link. Add this to Design > Custom CSS .portfolio-hover-items-list a[href="dekomarkerboards/flexible"] h1 { col

Awesome. Worked. Thank you @christyprice !

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31 minutes ago, christyprice said:

Which page is your portfolio page? 

The home page is the portfolio title page. The 3 large words over the background image are linked. Would like 'flexible.' to be red if possible.

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@designfordummies, you'd just need to target that specific element based on its link. Add this to Design > Custom CSS

.portfolio-hover-items-list a[href="dekomarkerboards/flexible"] h1 {
   color: #e51937 !important;
}

If you change the URL of that page, you'll also need to update it in the code. And if this same layout appears on another page and you don't want the red, just add a collection ID to this code.

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2 hours ago, christyprice said:

@designfordummies, you'd just need to target that specific element based on its link. Add this to Design > Custom CSS


.portfolio-hover-items-list a[href="dekomarkerboards/flexible"] h1 {
   color: #e51937 !important;
}

If you change the URL of that page, you'll also need to update it in the code. And if this same layout appears on another page and you don't want the red, just add a collection ID to this code.

Awesome. Worked. Thank you @christyprice !

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Hi @designfordummies. Yes, the Ghost plugin (aff) for super slideshow in 7.1 does work for multiple slideshows on a page. You'd just need to create a different Blog for each slideshow. 

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On 4/17/2020 at 4:47 PM, christyprice said:

@designfordummies, you'd just need to target that specific element based on its link. Add this to Design > Custom CSS


.portfolio-hover-items-list a[href="dekomarkerboards/flexible"] h1 {
   color: #e51937 !important;
}

If you change the URL of that page, you'll also need to update it in the code. And if this same layout appears on another page and you don't want the red, just add a collection ID to this code.

I have one more question @christyprice I can't seem to target the correct id for my social icons on the home page so I can make them white like the navigation. What would that tag be?

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