Builder Child Themes Style Manager
Posted 05 January 2012 - 11:52 AM
For the builder child themes, can you use a style manager with each of them? Can you change a color that the child theme comes with. For example the libertas theme. If I like the layout and get the theme but then want to change the color from the pink it comes with to an aqua, can you do this through the style manager or are you stuck with the pink?
Posted 05 January 2012 - 03:55 PM
Builder Stylemanager allows you to make generic changes. There is no Stylemanager for each child theme, so in case Stylemanager isn't able to make a specific change for a specific theme, css modifications might be required. Or, in case background images are used, these of course can't be styled using stylemanager, and possibly require image editing. When you purchase Builder, you will have access to our Builder support forum, which will help and guide you, or provide the required code to make such changes. All within reason, support is not intended to completely design a site for you, but in general, I think we do go the extra mile to help out our community with their design issues.
I hope that clarifies,
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Posted 06 January 2012 - 11:28 AM
Posted 06 January 2012 - 01:34 PM
One of our members asked similar question in the past here (accessible for Builder customers) and this was my reply:
- Edit the images inside child theme directory in a program like Photoshop.
- While it may be possible to edit text and background colors of some, if not all elements in Style Manager, it will be easier to directly edit style.css (take a backup before you do - just in case). Coda makes it easy to identify where pink appears in stylesheet.
You just click on the selector and change the color. http://www.screencast.com/t/MIwRYqpdwBRE
If you need any help in doing this, we are here to help.