I’ve chosen the Minimo theme which is great but there are yellow lines separating some of the content. The CSS in question is [here] (https://github.com/MunifTanjim/minimo/blob/master/src/stylesheets/extras/_variables.scss#L4).
I’ve been staring at the docs and some posts on here, but the information I’ve found doesn’t seem applicable to my layout/directory structure, maybe I’m being stupid. This theme is also using Sass, so I don’t know if that makes a difference. On the “Customizing Themes” section, it says:
Hugo permits you to supplement or override any theme template or static file, with files in your working directory.
I just used the element inspector in chrome to find the hex value for the yellow that’s affecting the border in question, it was #FFCD00, so I grepped for it and it’s in the link I provided for the CSS above, which doesn’t come under any path named ‘static’ . If I change this CSS value and restart the server with
hugo server --theme=minimo --buildDrafts and then hard refresh my browser, all that happens is the yellow is now in RGB format instead of hex?!
No idea what’s going on here to be honest, not an expert web developer, please advise, I’m sure I’m just overlooking something very obvious, oh well.