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[Resolved] Please how-to change the colour #1fb3dd in links

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    fernando
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    @ff00001960

    Hello,
    Buddypress is beatiful and my site proyectofoltra at net (disability people) work great but more people can’t see the links…
    the blue 1fb3dd is bad for the people.I can change for 3d3d3d?
    Very, very thanks.;)

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    nit3watch
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    @nit3watch

    in default.css, line 34

    Change it to the colour you want.

    You must get firefox and install the firebug extension. Then all you do is right click on the element, and “inspect element” you would like to change and can then see where it is located.

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    fernando
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    @ff00001960

    thanks very much nl3watch,
    and have nice day…)

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    maphorn
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    @maphorn

    You will find the default.css in the following directory – just use your domain name and wordpress installation directory.
    yourdomain.com/your wordpress installation directory/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/default.css

    Rename defaul.css to original_default.css hust in case something goes wrong so that you can revert!

    I downloaded it to my pc and then with notepad++ and saved it locally as default.css

    about 1/3 down line 508 change the colour code to what you want for displayed links and line 512 change the hover colour to what you want.

    Save the file and upload it to where you downloaded it from!

    I had a real problem seeing the light blue and changed it to dark blue and the hover link to red. Now I can see it fine!!!

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    Hugo
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    @hnla

    @maphorn You will lose those changes each time you perform a BP update, creating a child theme to hold style adjustments is the recommended approach.

    Oh and this is a two year old thread :)

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    maphorn
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    @maphorn

    I am not that familiar yet – I just need to get my site up and going – thanks will look into how to make child theme once up and going!
    I have been trying for 2 days after tried the mods for twenty twn but gave up!!! and eventually found the default.css

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