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favicon and background color in concrete5 5.7

Posted on 2014-10-03
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Hi,

I'm building a site in concrete5, which is brand new to me.  I don't build sites normally, I just do this from necessity once in a rare while.

1) How do I add a favicon through  concrete5 5.7?  The instructions here:
http://www.concrete5.org/documentation/how-tos/designers/add-or-change-your-sites-favicon/
do not reflect my dashboard, and there is no 'sitewide settings'. My dashboard is in the picture attached.

2) How do I change the background color of the menu?  I follow the 'design' menu for the navigation pane, I choose a background color, but nothing changes. I've searched all over the web but what I already did is the only thing I can find.The concrete5 5.7 dashboard
Ideas?

Thanks!
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For the favicon just place it in your root folder and all browser will pick it up - you don't need to do anything else (except make sure it is called favicon.ico)
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Thanks.  Do you have any idea on the changing the menu background color?
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by:Gary
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Don't know, it would be in your theme CSS, if you have Firefox with Firebug installed, you can right click the background and select Inspect element with Firebug and it will tell you the css file and class to change.
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