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    Posted: 09 January 2010 at 2:10pm
I am using black as my background colour to match my website. I am able to set the text colour to white however there is no where I can see how to change the colour of text for clickable links.
There are for example the wording (remove) in each item , The word (change) in Location ans also the wording stating "I have read and understand the terms and conditions*"

These are currently in a dark blue or dark purple and are difficult to see on a black background

I have looked all over the back end -Configure the cart and on this forum for an answer and can't see anywhere where this can be done
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The only way I can see that this would be possible is to style the links; ie give them a CSS class, and then designate the colours of the links both active and visited.
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Graham

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Thanks for the reply but as these pages are hosted on Roman Carts secure servers I cannot see how that can be achieved
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Hi,

Try putting the CSS style codes for links into your basket subheader, that way it might act like an in-line style. Otherwise, you're out of luck as we have no control over the cart style sheet at the moment.

You might also consider changing the black background for a couple of reasons;

The default browser link colours are blue / red for most browser versions, changing them means they might not look like links to customers viewing your site.

Black is generally a pretty awful background colour for most people, especially anyone with sight problems
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