Hi, I’m new to website design and I’m charged with changing up our site. I’ve done a lot to it, but it still has this pesky brown background that I can’t seem to get changed.
Our site is: www.hetlinger.org
Can anybody look at the source code and tell me which portion of the coding or the style sheet controls that background? I’m at a loss. I’ve figured out how to change everything BUT that element.
Thanks in advance!
Hi daisydiva and welcome to the forums.
It looks to be the line in div#wrapper (in menu.css) that reads
Oh thank you! I’m off to look at it again now!
Is there a way to change this in Komodo? I found the wrapper portion but not the color code?
The full section of CSS for div#wrapper is:
border: 2px solid #2A3990;
You have background-color specified twice, and the second one (second last line) is the brown one which is over-riding the other. Does that help any?
Yeah, I found that part in Firebug but when I go to open it in Komodo after I saved a local file to my desktop I can no longer find the specific coding. I’m missing a step somewhere I think…maybe accessing the css document in komodo?
That is weird.
I went to the file at http://bird.pixelthugs.com/hetlinger/menu.css, and used “save page as” to take a copy and the whole code is showing up OK. If that doesn’t work, can you try a different editor to open it? Even a simple text editor like Notepad?
Ok. Finally got that far! I’ll keep working with it and see if I can figure out how to alter and the move it back to the website through our FTP server…thank you so much!
You’re welcome. Let us know if you need any more help.