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  • Ok, well now I see that changing the link colors ALSO changes the headline colors, as the headlines in the slider and posts are all links! Problem solved. Thanks!

    Thank you Syahir – I understand the concept of CSS, but I’m a novice at implementation. What are the attributes of the slider headlines and post headlines that I need to add to in a child theme? Sorry, I don’t know what they are called. Is there somewhere I can go to learn how to change just these things, without having to learn “everything” about CSS?

    In reply to: Header Errors on upgrade to 1.1.3

    #11999

    I did have another question –

    Which file do I change to change the slider headline color, and the post headline color? If you see my color theme now http://www.southmountainep.org/, I want to change the headlines in the posts and slider to a shade of purple (only because the header image sets the color theme).

    Thanks!

    In reply to: Header Errors on upgrade to 1.1.3

    #11998

    Wow – such a small thing as a “space” can screw up s terrific theme. Worked great – errors gone. Thanks very much!!

    In reply to: Header Errors on upgrade to 1.1.3

    #11997

    ok – I’ll try that. Thanks!

    In reply to: Header Errors on upgrade to 1.1.3

    #11996

    The error does not show up on site that I have seen, it only shows up in the admin area. I added my header text back again, and it shows up on the site fine. However, when I saved the text I got this –

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/southmou/public_html/wp-content/themes/graphene/functions.php:1) in /home/southmou/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 890

    My url is http://www.southmountainep.org. Again, the php error messages only show up inside the admin area.

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