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Changing color for two words on the homepage


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You gotta add it as "code block" <h2> Hello! I’m <span style='color: #e64d4e;'>Aishwarya Balasankar</span>, UX/UI designer. I am fascinated by human behaviour and passionate ab

Site URL: https://aishwaryabalasankar.com I'm looking to change the font color for my name (Aishwarya Balasankar) in the intro line on the homepage of my website. I want to change it to my logo colo

Thank you so much!!!

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8 hours ago, Aishwarya said:

Site URL: https://aishwaryabalasankar.com

I'm looking to change the font color for my name (Aishwarya Balasankar) in the intro line on the homepage of my website. I want to change it to my logo color (#FF512F). I am looking for help with coding the same

You gotta add it as "code block"

<h2>
  Hello! I’m <span style='color: #e64d4e;'>Aishwarya Balasankar</span>, UX/UI designer. I am fascinated by human behaviour and passionate about creating delightful user experiences
</h2>

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13 hours ago, bangank36 said:

You gotta add it as "code block"


<h2>
  Hello! I’m <span style='color: #e64d4e;'>Aishwarya Balasankar</span>, UX/UI designer. I am fascinated by human behaviour and passionate about creating delightful user experiences
</h2>

image.png.6e9c193f8e743f9007785175e047e51c.png

Thank you so much!!!

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You can also use Markdown Block in this case, with syntax (## means heading 2, ### means heading 3, similar for #, ####, #####, ######)

## Hello! I’m <span style='color:#e64d4e;'>Aishwarya Balasankar</span>, UX/UI designer. I am fascinated by human behaviour and passionate about creating delightful user experiences

Markdown syntax list

With Markdown, you can format some text more easily without learning their code (bold, italic, insert links, insert images ...).

Also, I see your navigation has 2 items only (About, Contact). You can consider change Tablet Navigation Burger menu to Desktop Menu (Add this to Design > Custom CSS to achieve this)

/* Force Desktop Menu on Tablet */
@media screen and (max-width:991px) and (min-width:768px) {
.header-display-desktop {
    display: flex !important;
}
.header-display-mobile {
    display: none !important;
}
.header-burger {
    display: none;
}
.header-title-nav-wrapper {
    flex: 1 0 100% !important;
}
.header-nav {
    display: flex !important;
    width: 70% !important;
    flex: 1 1 70% !important;
}
.header-title {
    flex: 1 0 70% !important;
}
}

 

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