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I put my site in test mode so I could run through the membership sign-up process. After I entered payment, I was brought to a very simple "membership confirmed" page. The default colors clash with my logo so I need to change it. Does this have to be custom code?

I've read a lot of articles and scoured for hours trying to find where I can edit this page, it doesn't seem to exist in the editor.

While I'm at it, is there any way to edit the colors for the"Access Denied Screen" page for the members' areas? I know I can edit the text if I go to design>access denied screen...but very little functionality here.  I've built a lot of ss sites over the years so I feel like I have a decent understanding of where all the editing controls for items are, but I've also learned that SS is just weird sometimes and doesn't give you functionality for certain things. Hopefully I'm just missing it!!

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46 minutes ago, Mhossey said:

I was brought to a very simple "membership confirmed" page. The default colors clash with my logo so I need to change it. Does this have to be custom code?

This should use the colour scheme selected for the 404 page. If you go to a non-existent URL for the site and then open the styles panel, you should be able to customise the page styles there without code.

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@paul2009Thanks! I just tried that, but the problem is there's no way for me to access or bring the editor up once I get to the 404 page... unless there is a way? 

I also tried another alternative which is to design a 404 page from scratch, then set it as the actual 404 page. While it does update the 404 page it doesn't affect anything else

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