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Just wondering how I would add color to just one link in my nav bar? I'm using the "Mybulletin" theme BTW.

Thanks,

Jeremy
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#2
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Moved to Templates.
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#3
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Best way is to give that links an css ID in the header template then define it properly in the theme css.
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#4
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do this
<div id="linky"> (link) </div>
then in additional css at the top, put
#linky {
color: #ffffff;
}

you can get css properties here http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_text.asp
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#5
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turpentine Wrote:do this
<div id="linky"> (link) </div>
then in additional css at the top, put
#linky {
color: #ffffff;
}

you can get css properties here http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_text.asp

Thanks for the tip, but that is a little beyond my skills right now. Below is the code that I added in my navbar.

<td class="topmenu" width="1%"><a
<li><a href="http://ej8squad.com/chat">Chat</a></li>

I would like to have "Chat" be red or some other color. Is this possible by just modifying the above code?
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#6
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Change
<li><a href="http://ej8squad.com/chat">Chat</a></li>
to
<li id="linky"><a href="http://ej8squad.com/chat">Chat</a></li>
And go to Admin CP -> Themes -> Modify / Delete -> *the theme you are using* -> Go all the way down on the page you get to.
Till you find "Below you may enter additional CSS to be included with this theme."
Add
#linky {
color: red;
}
in the container below.
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#7
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I copied the codes exactly as you posted and in the right spots. Still no color. What am I overlooking?
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#8
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try this:

#linky a{
color: red;
}
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#9
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Nope still no color. Does it have to do with the Mybulletin theme?
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