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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2004 5:03 pm    Post subject: How to change the main font color
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The main color from descriping textes is black (e.g. in the login menue the words 'user login', 'nickname' and 'password'). I changed every font to another color but for this section i can't find the preferences for the text color.

Maybe anybody can help me?

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 21, 2004 12:11 pm    Post subject:
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Try to change $textcolor1 and $textcolor2 in theme.php of your theme, as described in How to change the background colour.

If this is not what you want (because it will change the colour of texts only inside the tables), you could change the value of the text attribute in the <body> tag that is echoed in the themeheader() function of theme.php:

Code:

echo "<body bgcolor=\"#505050\" text=\"#000000\" link=\"#363636\" vlink=\"#363636\" alink=\"#d5ae83\">";


Setting

Code:

text=\"#FF0000\"


for example, should make all text appear in red.
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