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  Public Ticket #962117
Dark/light theme dor regular title
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  •  2
    ben started the conversation

    Hi Alexander,

    unfortunately it is impossible to use both bright and dark regular featured title images. Because there is only one setting for regular title font. 

    So please could you bring dark and light theme for regular title as well and also title shadow?

    thanks a lot!

  •  142
    Alexander - support replied

    Hi, Ben. 

    I 've created test page (http://www.benjaminstoll.com/site/support-test/) on which I showed how it is possible to change the color of Page Title with the help of Custom CSS. 

    body.page-id-13559 div.page-title h1 {
        color: #ff0000;
        text-shadow: 0px 1px 6px rgba(0,0,0,0.7);
    }
    

    I want to draw your attention that this CSS code setting should be added for each page where you want to change the color. Having indicated page  id  (body.page-id-13559). Page id you may see in URL http://www.benjaminstoll.com/site/wp-admin/post.php?post=13559&action=edit on the page editing page . We plan to add this setting into Page Settings in one update.


    Regards

  •  2
    ben replied

    Cool, Alex, thank you! Meanwhile that helps me a lot. 

    Just another question will you bring transparent menu bar for mobile as well? 

    This is, what I miss so much for corporate layout. Just with "Header Background Appear After“ as well.

  • [deleted] replied

    Hello,

    Add this css code in LEVELUP > General Settings > Custom CSS code:

    @media screen and (max-width: 992px) {
        #header.stiky-mobile {
            background-color: transparent;
            border-bottom: none;
        }
    }


  •  2
    ben replied

    Ok, thank you. But I think the "header appears after … px" can’t be solved by CSS, right? So this would be my wish for the future features of levelup. 

  • [deleted] replied

    Hello,

    Could you please clarify with more details what you mean about "Header Background Appear After (N-px):" feature? This feature presents in page options at the moment.

    Regards.

  •  2
    ben replied

    Yes, of course. Unfortunately the Header Background Appear After (N-px) option only works with desktop view.

    If I use your posted .stiky-mobile css code, it neither let the header appear after n-px nor inherits the dark/light Header Icons Style as the desktop version do.

    So that would be perfect if this function is completely settable for the mobile header as well.

    Can you follow my thoughts? Thanks for your support.

  • [deleted] replied

    Hello,

    Thank you for the suggestion. I've forwarded it to our developer team to review.

    Regards.