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Changed secondary color but no effect

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I am developing a site at Perry County Library and wanted to change the accent colors to match the oranges in the logo, but when I went into the default template to modify the color, it has had no effect on the colors. Specifically the color on modules Bottom-1 through 4, and Grid 8. I modified the secondary color, but it is still the same as it was originally in the default template. Did I miss where I should make this change? If so, please tell me where to do this.

I've attached a screen shot for convenience.

Thanks,
Pat
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Sorry that was a link to the wrong site I'm developing. It is for City of Lobelville at www.virtualcountrymall.com. Sorry for the confusion.
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Hi Pat,

Looking now at the site it does seem to be orange

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I assumed since my other changes (logo image) were taking effect immediately, my color changes would too. I just cleared my cache for the past 4 weeks, and the site now shows the new color.

I should have tried that before posting in the forum. :blush:

Thanks, Paul.
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No problem

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Caching in browsers can be a right pain I must admit - really easy to come up short

I use shift f5 now in chrome all the time as it was driving me nuts

Something definitely changed with Chrome caching a couple of months ago

stackoverflow.com/questions/20569394/whats-the-difference-between-f5-refresh-and-shiftf5-in-google-chrome-browser

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