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"Not Signed In" and "Signed In As" Text Color Question

edited May 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I want to make the minimal changes required to allow the text: "Not Signed In (Sign In)" "Signed In As [username] (Sign Out)" to be in a bright color, such as yellow. Adding a Font Color attribute to the text strings within a .../conf/languages.php file has no impact. The reason for the change is that I have a banner image using the "StuffDisplayer" extension that makes the default blue text hard to see. May I please buy a vowel?

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    You want to change these lines in themes/vanilla/styles/default/vanilla.css:/* Session.. */ #Session { position:absolute; top:25px; right:18px; text-align:right; font-size:11px; color:#5d709f; } #Session a { color:#5d709f; text-decoration:none; } #Session a:hover { color:#000; }
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    edited May 2007
    Wow, thanks! So, this implies creating a unique theme for the installation, correct?
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    That'd be a style not a theme, and to do that you'd need to copy the vanilla.css file out of the default folder and into a folder of your chosen name, then do the changes. That's probably the best way to go about it.
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    I'm a happy camper - worked just as advertised. Thanks!
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