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  • #68586
    Leigh2018
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    Hello, I was sure there was a place either in the Admin Support for Weaver Xtreme or in the Customize area that I could set not only the color of links (before clicked/visited) and the hover colors, but also the color I want when a link has been clicked/visited. Has it been moved or removed? I might just be overlooking it. 🙂

    I don’t want that dark blue color that visited links end up being on all the sites I build with Xtreme. It seems to be a universal option but can’t find that anywhere. Any help to choose that color for each site I build would be so appreciated. Thanks!

     

    #68587
    scrambler
    Moderator

    The theme does not set the visited color, you can add the rule below to the theme Global custom CSS rule box to set your own

    .wrapper a:visited {color:red;}

     

    #68588
    Leigh2018
    Participant

    Ok thanks @scramlber. I did use some CSS but yours looks tidier. That theme option would be a great addition to an update to Xtreme. 🙂

    Have a great day!

    #68599
    Weaver
    Keymaster

    There have been essentially no requests for adding a visited color option for links for many years now. I think that is because that design element is almost never used theses days on websites. You just never see a site change a link color after it has been visited, and we have no plans to add that feature.

    I’m not saying your goal is wrong for your purposes – but it has be come an archaic web styling element.

    #68600
    Leigh2018
    Participant

    @weaver It’s your project so I understand. But I did see at least one other issue here on the forum about needing that, so I thought I’d ask since it had been a while. Moreso, my clients want all their colors to match – some genres do want everything to match and I just thought that option was there. Also I couldn’t find it in the CSS, so I found some code to do the trick. Also Scrambler nicely gave me other code. 🙂

    So while I work in genres that would  disagree that is “archaic” I certainly understand you not wanting to take the time to add it. So no worries. Xtreme is the only theme I recommend and use for clients, so I may have to recommend another for those who want continuity. So thanks for letting me know there are no plans to change it.

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