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  • #46987

    alexandrefowler
    Participant

    Hello,

    I have adjusted the main slider for my “Bullet” home page using the Revolution Slider plugin. However, when I view the front end page, the Bullet theme colors are overriding the colors I set for the slider. For example, when I made the slider, the text is white, but when I actually view my page, the font is blue (based on the style color for the Bullet theme). How do I prevent the Bullet theme styles from overriding my slider settings?

  • #47077

    Maria Do
    Keymaster

    I hope you are well today and thanks for asking the question.

    Please send the following information to get the support faster:

    – FTP’s information
    – Site’s URL
    – WordPress admin account
    – Purchase Code& Purchase Date(to ensure you have bought the theme and deserve the good support).
    I will check your site to find out the solution.

  • #47152

    Harry
    Keymaster
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  • #47268

    Maria Do
    Keymaster

    Hi

    I can’t see USER/PASSWORD of FTP info.

    I can’t see PASSWORD of Admin access.

    Please check it.

  • #47286

    alexandrefowler
    Participant

    Why do you need all my account passwords? All I want to know is whether there is a way to prevent the Bullet default styles from taking over the revolution slider built into the theme. Since the Revolution Slider is a feature built into the theme itself, you should be able to tell me the answer to this question without snooping around in my account.

  • #47392

    Maria Do
    Keymaster

    Hi

    There are many CSS codes for slider in our theme, you can find it in corresponding preset file. for example wp_bullet\assets\css\presets-1.css.

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