Brand Header

Try adding the custom icons in “svg icon subset” site setting.

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Thanks. I’m really not sure what I’m doing with that. Is this correct? Those are the two I’m missing.

It didn’t solve it though, still getting…

image

I guess I’m doing it wrong.

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Screenshot 2022-05-17 at 1.07.53 PM

As you can see, the YouTube icon is working fine for me. Looks like the “fa-browser” is a pro icon. In that case, you need the below plugin and the auth code.

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Could we get a “logo dark” option?

And maybe even a “Use default site logos” checkbox?!

(I hope to contribute to this kind of thing soon, but above my coding pay grade at the moment. Thank you for a wonderful component!)

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How do I change both the hover text and background color of the header menu?
I am not skilled with CSS?

The code and where to drop it would be helpful, thanks!

@vinothkannans

Hey @rickwatson, here’s some code to help you out. You will need to update the color/background-color values to be suitable to how you’d like it to look. Placing these in the common.css tab should work.

Background Color of Header Menu:

.b-header {
   background-color: var(--tertiary);
}

Links

.b-header .nav-pills>li>a {
    color: var(--secondary);
}

Links (on hover)

.b-header .nav-pills>li>a:hover {
    color: #001aff;
    background-color: red;
}

In regards to what values you can provide to the color and background-color properties, see here for more information. You can enter hex color codes, rgba values, hsa values, etc.

However, it’s recommended whenever possible to use existing CSS variables whenever possible so that you can maintain things like dark mode support.

You can find out what variables exist on your site and what colors they correspond to by checking in your browser’s developer tools (:link: how to access).

Once open check in the Styles tab for the declarations in color_definitions.scss on the :root selector.