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    Nicholas
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    RE: Evolve Menus and Drop-Down Sub Menus. Hi. Can anyone help with any suggestions on a simple way to change the color of the Evolve “main menu text”… Currently, when you hover your mouse over a menu item, you can’t read the text. When we hover- We’ve got black on black. The menu bar is black, and when hovering the text turns black- the text is white until you hover, when you hover, the text turns black- therefore you can’t read or see it. Sure wish this theme had more control from the admin control over menu items. Help, and Thanks.

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  • Lukasz
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    #18255 |

    In theme option you will find this settings: Main Menu Colors
    http://prntscr.com/7h41hh

    Nicholas
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    #18267 |

    Thank you for the reply.
    Under “styling”, we do not have the same options as your screen shot.

    We don’t see any of the following:
    1. Main Menu Background Color For Header 4 & 5
    2. Main Menu Font Color – First Level
    3. Main Menu Font Hover Color – First Level
    4. Main Menu Background Color – Sub Levels

    Where can we verify what version of Evolve we currently have installed? We assume you are using the latest.

    Thanks

    Imran
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    #18307 |

    Hi Nicholas,

    Thanks for writing in,

    The example of Main Menu Colors given to you previously was taken from alora theme. In your case, to achieve a different color of menu items over hover, you can use following code under Appearance > Theme Options > Custom CSS:

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks.

    Nicholas
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    #18312 |

    Thanks for replying. We pasted the code you suggested in: appearance > Theme Options > Custom CSS.
    Unfortunately, it made no difference.

    We changed the color to: #b22952;

    ul.nav-menu li:hover a {
    color: #b22952;
    }

    There is no other code currently in the Custom CSS box. We used a different computer to see if the “hove” was working, and it was not. the site is here: michael rand dot – com

    Nicholas
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    #18313 |

    BTW: After we placed the code you sent us in the Custom CS field and saved it, and then determined that it made no change in the hover color, we then removed the code and re-saved… NOW, have we lost all of our slider images (we were using the bootstrap Slider), all of the text that was placed in the slider is gone, and all of the “front page content boxes” are missing. The admin control for both of these features are now completely empty—except for what was slide 1 (a sunset)… it has no text. Now what do we do?

    Denzel Chia
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    #18322 |

    Hi,

    It’s very likely that you encounter a server issue when you save your Theme Option value.
    We cannot be sure what is the problem. It could be server offline or memory exhaust or internet connection dropped…
    Please check your error log to see if there is anything recorded.

    When you save your Theme Option values, please wait until you see the words “Options Updated” before you visit other admin page.
    If it takes a very long time to see the words “Options Updated”, then this could indicate that your server’s resources is not enough to run this installation efficiently.

    Under normal server condition, your settings will not be lost when you save.

    I am sorry, you will have to re-enter your lost Theme Options value.

    Thanks!
    Denzel

    Nicholas
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    #18323 |

    Here is what we got (where xxxxx is our directory):
    Warning: file() [function.file]: Filename cannot be empty in /home/xxxxx/public_html/wp-content/themes/evolve-plus/library/functions/options-backup.php on line 216

    Warning: implode() [function.implode]: Invalid arguments passed in /home/xxxxx/public_html/wp-content/themes/evolve-plus/library/functions/options-backup.php on line 216

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/xxxxx/public_html/wp-content/themes/evolve-plus/library/functions/options-backup.php:216) in /home/xxxx/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 1196

    Denzel Chia
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    #18325 |

    Hi,

    Thank you for your reply.

    Warnings will not cause any issue or stop your server from working. You need to be looking for Fatal Error.

    Thanks!
    Denzel

    Marc Pauyel DOLCIAMI
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    #20606 |

    Hello,
    I use evolve+ theme
    I need to understand :
    – How can I do to change the usual white smoke color of the background menu contain in a transparent menu background ?
    – how to change the colors of all the menu parts, for exemple, If I need to have a menu with 7 titles with 7 different color by titles. So I would like to have a seven colored menu. How customize it in the CSS ? What part of the CSS I will need to change when I use “theme option > custom CSS” ?
    thanks you
    pauyel

    Denzel Chia
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    #20612 |

    Hi Marc,

    First of all according to our support forum rule. https://theme4press.com/support/topic/theme4press-support-forums-rules-please-read/

    Please open a new thread for your question, do not reply in other user’s thread and threads that are marked resolved.

    As for your question of having a 7 color menu, it’s not advisable because you will need to code according to menu item id, which will change if you update it.

    Thanks!

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