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I had applied some blue color code and now i wanna change it to another one, but i do not want to do it line by line, because i almost used it in every page of my website. So what is your advice?

Thanks in advance.

What I have tried:

I have searched about it, but no helpful answer.
Updated 9-Jul-19 11:03am

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The advice is simple... create an external CSS file and define the colors for the page, and call it on the pages of concern.
<link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" href="/Path/to/your/styles.css">
Something to note and take advantage of... Whichever styles appear last are the ones used for identical matching selectors
Member 12702056 9-Jul-19 16:37pm
Thank u for your advice, i have external css file, but as i use bootstrap, some css files are already ready, not written by me. So i wanna find a way not to change line by line or attribute by attribute
MadMyche 9-Jul-19 17:17pm
You will need to identify those elements you changed in the original bootstrap.css file then.
OR identify the element selectors changed and throw them into a new CSS file linked in to the pages after the bootstrap link and it will overwrite those specific elements
Member 12702056 9-Jul-19 17:41pm
Thank u so much, i will try it :)
Member 12702056 9-Jul-19 19:09pm
I have tried the second way that u advised me, but idk why, it didn't work :( IDK what i have done wrong

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