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October 18, 2010

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Spotted this in my RSS reader and thought I might be able to help out. To change that text colour, you need to do something like


.entry-header a:link {
color: red;
}


Whatever text colour you set for .entry-header itself will be overridden by the colour for links. I can also recommend trying out Google Chrome or the Firebug addon for Firefox: either will let you right click on part of a page and inspect its CSS. Great for picking apart problems like this.

I hope that helps!

Try adding the CSS !important declaration on your color line. Like this:

.entry-header a:hover {
color: #003366 !important;
text-decoration: underline;
}


If you can get to it, the theme-green.css file seems to have the code you want to modify.
Look for

.entry-header a { text-decoration: none; }
.entry-header a:link { color: #666; }
.entry-header a:visited { color: #666; }
.entry-header a:active { color: #666; }
.entry-header a:hover { color: #666; }

Thanks for the suggestion mbear, I didn't know about the CSS !important thing, I will give it a try.

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