Change position of Header Text
AnonymousSeptember 2, 2010 at 5:45 pm #39
Hi, I’m a WP neophyte and not a coder and just created a site with your theme but want to align the header text to the right instead of the left because the header image kind of blocks it out. Looked at the code in the theme header and I saw some things about the Header text color but nothing about alignment. What do I have to do to the code to get the Header text on the right? While I’m at it is there some code to change the Header text color?
Just to start by saying thanks so much for this wonderful theme and for allowing us to use it freely. I know virtually nothing about css so bear with me…
I’d like to align the text to the right and I tried to follow the instruction you gave above in this thread but I can’t make out exactly where to paste the instruction. Please could you be more specific.
Then I’d also like to know how to change the text colour of all the headings and links that are in blue – where and how do I do that and what exactly should I change?
Again, thanks so much for the wonderful theme and for the forum as well.
You can make the modification to the CSS by using a Child Theme. See here for instructions: https://forum.graphene-theme.com/topic/how-to-modify-the-theme-using-a-child-theme
You can also use the same child theme to change the colour of the headings and links.
Thanks for the reply! I did what you said in your reply and I now have a child theme for Graphene – it’s like magic!LOL!
So if I understand you correctly I only have to add the modifications that I want to make to this new style sheet? Does that mean I look for the rules I want to change in the original theme and then code the changes into the new theme’s style sheet? I’m a little confused here.
Thanks for your help!Admin
So if I understand you correctly I only have to add the modifications that I want to make to this new style sheet? Does that mean I look for the rules I want to change in the original theme and then code the changes into the new theme’s style sheet?
That’s exactly what you have to do 🙂
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