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Hi,

I would like to make the Base 1 Module in my Sophia Template 100% width without changing the width of the other base modules. What css do I need to only change the base 1 modules, please?

Also is there a way to eliminate the default light text in header 1 and 2? I have specific colours set within the modules but the text-light seems to override everything no matter what I have done the items end up in white.

Thank you
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  1. http://www.giftsfromgaia.com.au/homenewii/
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Hello

To amend header-# color you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates..

Edit to taste...

.header_top .wrapper960,
.header_top .wrapper960 a,
.header_top .wrapper960 i::before {
color: #555 !important;
}


Sorry to say at present it is not possible to extend the width of your base-1 modules without effecting the rest of the base modules.

Ciaran
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Hi Ciaran,

The css for the header worked brilliantly, thank you.

That's not good news regarding the base-1 modules. Is there any other way of achieving a full-width background image just for base 1 without effecting the rest of the base modules?
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Hello

Have you considered using the bottom-3# module positions instead?

Ciaran
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Hi Ciaran,

Yes, thank you I had considered that as an option and it seems the best solution at this stage :)
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