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How To Change The Tag Label Color In Helix3 Template

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Shorecrest Preparatory School

Template 1 week ago

Hello,

I am using the Helix3 template. I would like the color of the Joomla tags to change from the template blue to #024930. I see the tags are using "label label-info" as the CSS Class for tag link. However, I am unsure what file and the syntax to change.

Would you be able to provide some guidance?

Thanks in advance!

EJ

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Ofi Khan
Ofi Khan
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Support Agent 1 week ago

Hello Shorecrest Preparatory School

Please use your CSS to Custom Code -> Custom CSS. Follow this documentation

Best regards

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Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
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Support Agent 1 week ago

Hi, Give me your site URL and also screenshot of that portion which color you want to change

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Shorecrest Preparatory School
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1 week ago

Added information in private section.

Not sure how to attach image.

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Shorecrest Preparatory School
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1 week ago

added below

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Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
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Support Agent 1 week ago

Hi I can not access the screenshot https://prnt.sc/104h2q6 You can use this for screenshot https://imgur.com/upload Also your site URL does not work https://prnt.sc/104h3wb

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Shorecrest Preparatory School
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1 week ago

Hello,

I am guessing you are accessing our site from another country.You should not need access to the site as the screenshot below should illustrate my question. I have posted the screen shot here: https://imgur.com/a/rX541JA

This should explain what I am trying to accomplish. I want to change the Tag label colors on the front end to #024930.

Here is my original question: I am using the Helix3 template. I would like the color of the Joomla tags to change from the template blue to #024930. I see the tags are using "label label-info" as the CSS Class for tag link. However, I am unsure what file and the syntax to change.

Thank you.

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Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
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Support Agent 1 week ago

But I need to access your site for solving this. But I can not access your site https://prnt.sc/105hyw0 You can solve this by using custom css Go to that specific line of code and insert color. https://www.joomshaper.com/blog/which-line-of-css-i-have-to-edit-code-inspector-in-action

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Shorecrest Preparatory School
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6 days ago

Hello, As I stated earlier you cannot access my site it is a private site. Here is an image of my attempt to use the Custom CSS feature built into the template as you suggested I try.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DMh6vEtVpgFTZDYPZI1nPyN0aAfZ8-XR/view?usp=sharing

Can you review my syntax and please let me know if I am doing something wrong?

Thanks, Eric

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Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
Mehtaz Afsana Borsha
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Support Agent 4 days ago

yes you can do it like this but remove this two portion and insert rest of the things https://prnt.sc/10b4g0q

Its better to give me your super admin access

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