No worries. Here is the information I shared with Lacey.
I am attaching the SASS files in a ZIP and the expanded CSS files. I am using the sp-lux default as base.
The colors for the variables are as follows:
$sp-accent: #07adc7; //accent ui color
$sp-accent-dark: darken($sp-accent, 5%);
$prime: #00243c; //used in nav
$prime-dark: #071f2f; //used on mobile nav
$text-ondark: #ffffff; //text on dark bkg
$text-onlight: #000000; //text on light bkg
$default-text: #333333; // default text-color
You will need to run a find/replace where these colors are used to achieve customization. You can always use the developer tools to inspect the element you want to change and find it on the expanded CSS.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Patricia E. Villanueva
University of Miami
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Would you be willing to send me both the SASS files and an expanded CSS file. I realize I didn’t originally ask but we need to upgrade this Summer and one of the things I did not do before was use CSS. With the help of Westminster College’s IT, I think we can do it.
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