I know the main menu background hover pulls from the image “sprite_h.png”. What is interesting is how you pull the color from only a specific part of that .png graphic file. Apparently, there are a few “calls” to that graphic which will display different areas of the .png file.
I’ve managed to change the hover color to match the widget colors.
But I was wondering if you could briefly explain how you “call” just a certain part of a graphic file. Does it have to do with positioning properties on the .css?
Perfect! Exactly where I need to begin. Thank you!
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