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    Trevor StevensTrevor Stevens
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    I have a real problem onthe front page where the page is split with two colours on the first section I want to change the existing colour from the default #fca395 to #647c72
    I have changed all the custom colours. No old colour left inc menu colours
    I can get it to change on my PC with the background set in elementor to #647c72. However if it drops to mobile the theme colour comes back even though the background colour still indicates the new colour. Just can’t get my head around it. Its as though it is picking up the old colour from somewhere. I have looked at the theme CSS and manually changed all the refs to the old colour in style.css and the core css to #647c72 that related to the theme colour. Still no joy.
    Help!!!!

    #204800
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    Hi,

    Kindly show us your website URL?

    Regards,
    Chris

    #204801
    Trevor StevensTrevor Stevens
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    Have just sent support email to you

    #204802
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    Hi,

    We checked, everything is fine. The color that you have used is being displayed on mobile screen.

    Have a look at:

    Backend Screen:

    https://nimb.ws/vsfzH6

    Frontend Screen:

    https://nimb.ws/Jm2Y9O

    Regards,
    Chris

    #204803
    Trevor StevensTrevor Stevens
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    Just for your info the css class selection is .skt-woman-section1 {background-image:linear-gradient(180deg, #647c72 70%, #FFF 13%) !important;} which is the correct colour but not showing.

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    Trevor StevensTrevor Stevens
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    Emm looks like a cache issue then. I can get it to work now in incognito.. Thanks for your help.
    Trevor

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    🙂

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