Change Navigation background color?

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How do I change Navigation background color? (I am not a developer...) pls help, thx!

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shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Could you be more specific? You want to switch to `Transparent`, `Semi-Transparent`, or `Dark`? Or you mean to change the header background color to a completely different color?
great replied on at Permalink Reply
"change the header background color to a completely different color" and adjust link color and hover color as well, thx!
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
Changing the menu color involves changes in many places and I am not sure where do you want these changes. Whether you use the dark or light version, whether you you want it to be changed on dropdown too, sticky version, and on mobile, all should be considered and each follows a different set of rules.
You can easily find rules from the different parts on the original less files, copy them into the `` file, and override them.
If you are not comfortable with css, you can contact Loca and hire him to do this for you.
great replied on at Permalink Reply
pls provide details to hire Loca, thx!
shahroq replied on at Permalink Reply
The contact info of him is on the theme main page.

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