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Do the settings in the Theme Options over-ride the style sheet and other template docs?
Yes they do override the part of the CSS which you mention there. So yes.
Dave, Thanks for responding in such a timely manner to both of my questions, it is better to get some answers first than making a giant mess with limited knowledge. kind of like “Measure twice, cut once.”
That goes back to my previous question about global changes, I probably should have combined them. What I am assuming is that I could do a search for #19b8e6 (SKT Medical Pro) in a txt doc and replace it with the desired color. Is that assumption right or am I missing something that will make my life a living nightmare while I try to fix the damage?
If that is right I know that #19b8e6 comes up in index-default.php + style_E.css do I need to change it in both of them.
I have always been told that any edits should be done in a plain text app not Word, but if I do the editing in Word then paste it into a txt doc in a plain text app are the Word artifacts discarded making it safe to use in the Editor?
Global changes can be applied via appearance>theme options>basic settings>Custom CSS box by identifying all the CSS classes you want to club and then apply them together with 1 color code.
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