1. Hi Lauren, great post; I have access to your themes through Studiopress. I was wondering if I make changes to style.css and functions.php and an update comes out – will I lose these changes? If so, what’s the way to go about it?

    1. Hi Anna, Thanks so much! Yes, if you upload the updated file you will lose your customizations to your child theme. We have an article about How to Update Your Theme Here so you won’t lose changes.

  2. STEPHANIE says:

    Is there documentation on how to change the background color of the menu bars as shown above in the Market theme? I’m probably just missing it.

    1. Hi Stephanie,

      We actually don’t have specific instructions on this but you can add something like this to your style.css file to do this:

      .nav-secondary { background: #000; }


      .nav-primary { background: #000; }

  3. Hi,
    Great information! I’m using the Divine theme (love it), but am trying to figure out how to add color to the navigation bar (it’s white in the default). I see in the example above, Darling has a pink nav bar, and it was changed to black to make it more masculine. Can you share the coding to add to the css in order to change the nav background in Divine?

    Thank you!


    1. Hi Candace,

      You’re so welcome! I’m so happy you’re loving the Divine theme!

      By default, the Divine theme doesn’t have it available to change the background on the navigation but with a tiny bit of coding changes you can make that happen.

      If you look in your style.css file for this:

      .nav-primary {
      border-bottom: double #e8e8e8;
      text-align: center;

      and change it to:

      .nav-primary {
      background: #000;
      text-align: center;

      Then you can adjust the color to your needs.

  4. Thanks for this post! I have a mixed audience (about 50/50) and I use your flourish theme. I changed the colors, the pictures and I think it works well.

    1. Yes, Amy your site is also a great example! The themes can really be as feminine or masculine as you want them to be. Thanks for sharing!

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