1. OneClip
  2. Sunday, 29 March 2020
Unsure where to best post this but here goes.
Have a client who is about to launch a new site and I'm reviewing what's there and what to improve upon.
They have 4 slides in the slideshow and they need to change the color of the H1 title on some slides. The subtitle we've got right but it appears that all the Titles are linked directly to the following template.css:2296
Am I missing something?
Thanks


.corporate-slider .varition-corporate .sppb-slide-item-bg .sppb-slideshow-fullwidth-item-wrapper .sppb-slideshow-fullwidth-item-text h1.sppb-fullwidth-title {
font-size: 60px;
text-transform: uppercase;
color: #383838;
font-weight: 400;
margin-bottom: 20px;
}
Accepted Answer
Yeah as its css based that's why I need your site URL so that I can target the css class and give you the css code which will help me to solve your issue

Solution for each individual slide:
You can change the Slider H1 by adding color to a div tag
You can change the Slide Content color via the html editor
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Hi,
Could you please share your site URL? It would be better for me to check this issue
-Best regards
Mehtaz
  1. more than a month ago
  2. OneClip
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Offline on my local server and not for sharing at present
You can see the issue below with a couple of grabs of two sliders
I want the heading in the top half to be white and leave the bottom half as it is.
The comments below the heading can be changed via PageBuilder which is how that works just fine BUT the H1 is css based (as per my OP) is what's the challenge

slider.jpg
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I'll seek permission and see if I can put it online.
It's not approved for public viewing etc
Will let you know in about 12 hours
  1. more than a month ago
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HI,
If you have a problem making it public you can PM me your site URL.Just click on my profiles and you see a send message option
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Thanks will do
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Done
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Solution for each individual slide:
You can change the Slider H1 by adding color to a div tag
You can change the Slide Content color via the html editor
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