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We recently had a vendor launch our SharePoint 2010 portal and now I would like to change the Font Color of the various Titles of the web parts. I am assuming this is controlled by css however I have no idea how or where I should navigate to make this change as I have no experience with SharePoint.
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by:psv1973
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Do you have publishing switched on?

If you do then go to Site Actions -> Site Settings -> in the Look ant Feel Section Click on Master Page.

Then the CSS location will be specified there.
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by:mburk1968
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This is what Is selected.

Use Microsoft SharePoint Foundation default styles
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by:psv1973
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Can you also have a look in Site theme. Which theme has been selected?
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by:mburk1968
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Default(No Theme) is selected then below I have the following options. Do any of these control font color for the text? I was tring some of them but it only seemed to alter the background color.

Text/Background - Dark 1#
Text/Background - Light 1#
Text/Background - Dark 2#
Text/Background - Light 2#
Accent 1#
Accent 2#
Accent 3#
Accent 4#
Accent 5#
Accent 6#
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So currently you don't have any custom styling on your site at all?

Ok. What I would do then is create a new css and masterpage and specify these in the Master Page option that I mentioned earlier.

Tools such as Firefox with the firebug add in (and I'm sure there are more options) should help you with this development task.
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by:mburk1968
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Thank You
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You are welcome. Please close this issue unless you require any further help.
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