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After spending quite a bit of time searching on your forums, I actually found the answer.
To anyone else that wants to hide the entire “row” (not just the elements inside the row) from a certain device, click this link:
I’ve just tried that and whilst it’s changed the colour of the text in the dropdown options – it’s also changed the text colour of the field names to black which means they’re invisible.
See the screenshot below.
Like in the screenshot, I want those options in the dropdown to stay black, but i want the names of the fields to be white.
Is it possible to have them a different colour?
Thanks for the reply.
OK, understood about yellowpencil.
However, I think I’ve overcomplicated this.
If we can forget about yellowpencil – what would be the best way of creating a background colour in WPBakery that ends up with it looking like the last image attached.
(So the colour doesn’t fill all the way to the bottom of the column).
That should solve everything for me then.
OK, sorry – I’ve attached the screen shot of how it actually is on the site now.
It looks right on the desktop version because I’ve manipulated the margins etc. but it doesn’t work at all on mobile.
What’s the better way of creating the same look?
I’m thinking it might be to just upload a JPG as the background with half white and half black – but then that might not work on mobile?
I’ll also revert back to using WPBakery page builder, I didn’t realise you shouldn’t use yellowpencil with that.
However, for some reason the option to add shadow to my columns is disabled – but it lets me add shadow in yellowpencil.
How do I enable the shadow features that are currently locked in WPBakery as well?
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Thanks to another post, I have just discovered yellow pencil editor whch is the most amazing thing I’ve discovered in a long time.
It’s too good to be true – it’s going to be so much quicker now!
Apologies for wasting your time!
Thank you for your reply.
I have installed the latest theme update.
With regards to the bolded text – I have not added bold tags.
There is no bold tag in the footer – I wouldn’t know how to make the page links included in the footer bold either.
I’ve check all of these inputs and none of them are bolded, and yet it is showing on the site.
I’ve attached more examples.
Thanks again for your help.
Oh wow – such a simple fix.
It’s worked now – thank you for your help.
I have another query I hope you can help with.
I’ve not made any changes but recently, all the “standard” copy on my blog appears to have been bolded (footer description, testimonials copy, blog excerpts etc.) do you know why this is and how can I change it back to regular?
I’ve uploaded a screenshot so you can see what I mean, it looked far neater when it wasn’t all bolded.
I’ve pasted in the link below.
There’s two columns that are fixed, so you can’t “wrap” the text around the image like you would be able to in a normal blog post.
I’ve attached a snapshot of how it looks in the editor which might help.