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On our home page we have a summary of three products from the shop, with the header 'New In. The Sunrise Collection'. https://www.ottonehardware.com

We would like to change the colour of the 'SOLD OUT' text from white to match the rest of the site. Also, we would like to adjust the font size of the product title and price below the image.

I appreciate any help!

Thanks

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12 hours ago, elmeto said:

On our home page we have a summary of three products from the shop. We would like to change the colour of the 'SOLD OUT' text from white to match the rest of the site.

@elmeto You can style the product marks (including 'sold out') on Product Blocks with the following CSS:

.product-block .image-container .product-mark {
  color: var(--headingSmallColor);
}

For future reference, you may find it easier to use a Summary Block to show new products instead of individual Product Blocks as it would be less labour intensive to update. You could simply tag the newer products and then the Summary Block would automatically show those products tagged as 'new' 🙂.

12 hours ago, elmeto said:

we would like to adjust the font size of the product title and price below the image

You can style the Product Title as follows, adjusting the font-size from the default shown:

.product-block .productDetails .product-title {
  font-size: 1.3em;
}

You can style the Product Price with this:

.product-block .productDetails .product-price {
  font-size: 1.1em;
}

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18 hours ago, elmeto said:

I've added a Summary Block (as well as the individual products for comparison) and you're right, it's a neater way of doing it. However, both types still have the issue of 'SOLD OUT' being in white rather than the text colour.

No problem.

CSS is very specific, which means that the examples provided above (for Product Blocks) won't apply to Summary Blocks. If you'd like to change the colour of the "Sold Out" Product Marks on Summary Blocks, you can use the following:

/* Product mark styling on Summary Blocks */
.sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-product-status .product-mark {
  color: var(--headingSmallColor);
}

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