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First question I have is Hey is there any way to restore my old iPage website? Thanks in advance for any comment. My 2nd question... Hi, I am at the stylesheet.css but noticed that the colors of my iPage site are defined by numbers or letters, ex #fsfasfe.

How can I find the codes for different colors, spesifically blue?.

Thanks!..

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Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could give you an answer..

Comment #1

Hi,.

I insert the codes but there is no change, can't you tell me which line to edit if I want to change the background color? The color of the bars (where you fin my cart, my account, etc)?..

Comment #2

Wait! I did the changes in the includes/admin but only my admin page changed, where do I make the changes for my iPage website to change color?..

Comment #3

For background color find.

BODY {.

Background: #ffffff;.

Color: #000000;.

Margin: 0px;.

}.

For color of the bars find.

TR.headerNavigation {.

Background: #bbc3d3;.

}.

TD.headerNavigation {.

Font-family: Verdana, Arial, sans-serif;.

Font-size: 10px;.

Background: #bbc3d3;.

Color: #ffffff;.

Font-weight : bold;.

}..

Comment #4

I did that but only my admin iPage site changes and I dont seem to be able to find the stylesheet.css file in the catalog/includes..

Comment #5

If you have a /catalog folder, the stylesheet for it is there, not in /catalog/includes..

Comment #6

Hi, I am at the stylesheet.css but noticed that the colors of my iPage site are defined by numbers or letters, ex #fsfasfe.

How can I find the codes for different colors, spesifically blue?.

Thanks!..

Comment #7

Hi maby this help u.

Http://www.2createaw...hex-colors.html.

U need to take the Hex from the table in this iPage site and paste on the stylesheet.css file..

Comment #8


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