AnonymousOctober 4, 2011 at 7:37 am #1908
Okay, let’s see if I can explain this correctly.
In the footer of my main site, I changed the background color to blue. Now, in the admin page (and all user profile pages), the blue is showing up at the very bottom of the page… in the… well… footer.
So, these are both pulling the
I’m pretty sure there is a way to break this into two… like
#footer .website. And then make two new css elements. I’m just not sure if I have the syntax right.
Also, I know I would have to alter the divs associated with each. How would I name this? Something like
<div id="footer" class="admin">
Is there an easy explanation?
AnonymousOctober 4, 2011 at 9:12 am #17769
Well… I opened your
/images/sprite_h.pngfile in photoshop and did a blue, gradient overlay over the strip you had as gray.
I think I now see the conflict.
AnonymousOctober 4, 2011 at 9:17 am #17770
Pics for future reference…
I see that you’ve implemented the change via Custom CSS, and that the Custom CSS is applied in the admin area as well. This is not the intended behaviour – the Custom CSS should only be applied on the front end.
Have fixed this and will include it in future update.
AnonymousOctober 4, 2011 at 6:37 pm #17772
That’s Right!! I completely forgot I still had some code in my custom css file. I could not remember for the life of me, where it was pulling that gradient color.
Thanks for reminding me about that.
Going now to switch it to my child styles.
AnonymousOctober 18, 2011 at 5:45 pm #17776
Okay. Let’s start with the nav menu.
The graphic which has the background is called
sprite_h.png. It is located in your
wp-content/themes/graphene/imagesfolder. Are you familiar with photoshop?
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