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Preset colours no longer changing after updating template to 1.4

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Hi,

I have just updated to the latest version of Spectrum today and I am using Preset 7 with my own colours. However, although I can see my changed colours within the preset area, they are having no impact on my site. Basically they are displaying the original default colours.

I have checked my custom code and also the custom.css file within the template and neither are any different.

I did look at the preset file within the css folder and this has the old default colours for Preset 7 - even though I have changed them via the template administrator.

Is this a know issue? I don't suppose I can roll back the template?

Kind regards

Mel

3 Answers

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Yes, if you have older version you can reinstall with it.

Mel

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi Paul,

I would rather keep my shiny new version as always like to be on the latest :D

It is only the Major colour in preset 7 I need to set. It has my new colour in that box but it has no impact on my site after saving.

Is there anywhere I can force the change for the Major colour to take effect?

Mel

Paul Frankowski - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
yes, custom CSS.


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