SupportHow do I change the text color of the Description Field in the Heading Block Section
AvatarCharles Fuller asked 5 months ago
4 Answers
AvataraThemeArt Staff answered 5 months ago

HI
For responsive issues lot of customers required to hide. if you want to show the topbar on mobile please use please css . Navigate to Appearance > Customize > custom css and add bellow code

@media only screen and (min-width:480px) and (max-width:767px) {
	.header-top {
		display:block!important;
	}
}

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AvatarCharles Fuller answered 5 months ago

This did not answer my question.  I will try to make it more clear.  On the home page under the #about-us section there is a heading block.  This heading block has 3 fields one labeled “Title”, one labeled “SubTitle” and a third field labeled “Description”.  I believe this is where you put the text that describes your company and it’s mission.  What I want to know is how to change the color of the text that appears in this box.  The default color is a light gray and it is not very visible on a white background.
There is an option to change the Title field color, and there is an option to change the the sub title field color.  Why isn’t there an option to change the description color.
How do I change the color of the text in this “Description” field.
Thanks
Charles

AvataraThemeArt Staff answered 5 months ago

Hi
You can update any color via theme options and visual composer . please check bellow screenshot

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AvatarCharles Fuller answered 5 months ago

One of us is a dumb ass and it is probably me.  Please be more specific in how to change the color of the text in the description field.  The screen shot you provided shows how to change the color of the Heading Field and the Sub Heading Field.  There is no option to change the color of the text entered in the Description Field.  It may be located in another area of the interface but if for damn sure isn’t on the page in your screenshot.
I am a novice and I am not trying to be difficult!  I am just trying to get my question answered in a way that I can understand.
Thanks
Charles