Whether you’re using our Font Customizer plugin, a third party plugin, or simply want to alter the font sizes of your menus, the Code Hack below makes it simple. The “Top” menu section refers to the menu that appears on the top left of the Presidio theme. The “Primary” menu refers to the menu that…Continue Reading
In the Presidio theme, the primary menu (the menu either inline with or below the logo, depending on your setup) may feature dropdown menus. As an example, check out our demo site here, and hover over the category “Style.” Some users may wish to alter the gray background color of these dropdown menus. To do…Continue Reading
The Presidio theme features a Featured Post at the top of the blog home page. By default, the Featured Post’s image will automatically be cropped to 675 x 500, or 1350 x 1000 on Retina. However, you may need to change this depending on your photography. Here’s how! Install the Simple Image Sizes plugin. Go to Settings >…Continue Reading
Use this code snippet to change the background color and/or opacity of the box overlapping your Featured Post atop Presidio’s home page. This will only impact the background, not any of the post details, like the title, summary, etc. When using CSS to write opacity, use numbers, not percentages. For example, an opacity value of…Continue Reading
Use these code snippets to adjust the gray color of your sidebar widgets and interstitial backgrounds in the Presidio theme. It also includes code snippets to change the color of the Instagram feed background, and your scrolling navigation background. NOTE: The code below will not change the color of the Text widget in your sidebar.…Continue Reading
For users who wish to change the color of the scrolling navigation links and social media icons in Presidio, use the Code Hack below! This is also a great hack to use in tandem with our Code Hack for changing the scrolling navigation background color. Continue Reading
Text widgets are great for small snippets of info or link lists in a sidebar. To change the border and background color of a text widget, use the code below! If you’re looking for code to change the colors of other types of Presidio widgets, click here.Continue Reading
Here is a code snippet if you would like to remove the gray sidebar widget backgrounds in the Presidio theme (and even convert the backgrounds to borders). If you don’t want a border, simply delete the “Border: 1px solid #000000” from each part of the code:Continue Reading
Presidio’s post pages naturally feature an underline styling effect on any hyperlinks you embed into your post text. If you’d like to remove the underline and/or change the color, use the code hack below. Continue Reading
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