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Dear Aleksandar @Aleksandar
I believe if you are happy to do so, using the slug and adding it to custom CSS would be easier.
if not you would need to use JS to find the Background-color present on that specific page then tell the Footer to change accordingly
Best wishes :)
Dear Alex @nypaloto
Both the new Thumbnail and old Thumbnail share the same padding, but only one is being applied correctly,
I will forward this to Armin as he may have better insight :)
Best wishes and have a wonderful day
Thats a cool addition! :)
If i am correct, you can create this will some basic knowledge of Custom HTML, CSS & JS:
We could apply this code using ' + More - +HTML ' in the Gridder or through 'Lay Options - Custom HTML & CSS '
we can see that each colour has a 'data-color'- attribute: with each having its own 'background-color'.
Now when we look at the 'body' of the website we see the data-color attribute, controlling the background colour of the website:
So when the Colour button is clicked on the website, based on what was clicked; the 'data-color' atrribute is changed in the 'body'
I did some quick research and found what i think to be similar ideas:
I hope this helps, let me know :)
Have a wonderful day and thank you for using Lay Theme
Dear Felix @FW
I hope you find the person you are looking for :)
yes i can see this happening.
it seems that the cursor becomes the standard cursor as soon as right side of the custom cursor touches the left side of the scrollbar like here:
I bet this is standard browser behaviour. I believe there's nothing you can do here but have a bigger space between the carousel and the edge.
Or use a smaller custom cursor.