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  1. Hi there, I actually had a WordPress question for you: How did you change the ribbon on your mast head (“Beauty. Film. Health. Life. Lit. Social.” to gray from the original turquoise color? I’m using the same theme for my website, and I was just curious how you did it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    • Hey! It took me forever to figure out and I only managed to get it to grey.

      I saved the three pictures (the right, the middle, and the left of the ribbon) and then I opened it in my photo editor and just make the photos black and white. I had no idea how to make it a different colour though.

      Let me know if you have any luck!

      • Did you break up the ribbon by saving it into three pictures (like taking screen shots of it)? Then where did you upload the new images? Are you using or .org?

      • If you actually click on the ribbon areas (i.e. the left, middle, and right), they are individual pieces. When you right click and save, they’ll save as three individual pieces that you can customize.

        Then you can upload the new images that you’ve altered onto your media library (on WordPress) and add them to your CSS (Customization) screen yourself.

        I’m using!

      • #description-left {
        background: url(COPY AND PASTE URL OF RIBBON LEFT HERE’) no-repeat 0 0;

        #description-middle {
        background: transparent url(‘COPY AND PASTE URL FROM MIDDLE RIBBON HERE’) no-repeat 50% 0;

        #description-right {
        background: transparent url(‘COPY AND PASTE URL FROM RIBBON RIGHT HERE’) no-repeat 100% 0;

        Hope this helps! 🙂

      • I edited it in photoshop. I went to Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation, then there’s an option to “colorize.” That’s the best way that I know how to do it. Hope that helps!

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