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Try the following (I do it like this):
1. make screenshot of your website
2. open that screenshot in Photoshop
3. select the color (I assume you want to change that red color), and you get a code: ee3b24
4. copy-paste code from the style.css to a Word document
5. press CTRL + F to start a search
6. enter that red code (ee3b24), and the Word will find all the places that color is mentioned
7. select replace – replace all
8. replace with: “enter the code you want to have” (it will replace “the red code” with the “your color code”)
9. copy that entire code from Word to your style.css (before all of these steps, backup your style.css, just in case) and save it
10. that should be it, this works for me.
You’ll have to do it after every theme update
Hope it works for you,
Ok, thank you, I’ll look into that. Does it change anything special in the theme itself?
UPDATE: I found a way to reverse the update and on 1.06 it all works fine, I have sliders. But, before I do the latest update, I would like to know what happens to sliders?
And yes, the website is licegrada.hr