Can anyone help me figure out where to find/how to identify the colors within a custom theme? I’m trying to create a custom callout, and I want the actual color to match the standard blockquote embed. But I can’t find that color in the theme css.
The theme has options to recolor most of the specific embed styles, and I can get any of those to work. But I haven’t been successful at locating what is the source of the main blockquote background color in the theme. (My CSS knowledge is rather sketchy.)
The coloring change may also be the block quote in the callout. Callouts tend to layer colors on top of each other so a plain block quote background, already on a colored background, could look different if inside a callout.
If you paste an example of what’s written in your note and any extra CSS (custom callouts, etc) you’ve added, someone can probably have a look.
Where “Time (Calendar)” is the header of the callout. (Ignore the nested one; I haven’t messed with that one yet.) As you can see, it’s just not displaying any kind of “box” at all.
This portion of the note looks like this:
>[!time] # Time *(Calendar)*
> > *What's on your mind?*
> - To journal, focus your day, or to capture a spark, hit `Ctrl-D`.
> - To view this month, go to [[Rachels October 2023]].
> - To broadly reflect, go to [[Rachels 2023]] or [[101 Things in 1001 Days]].
The overall code seems to be right, because if I change the color:
I just tried inspecting the element in the console and it’s telling me the background of the blockquote I’m trying to match is #B7B39F33, which is not particularly helpful because nothing in the CSS file is formatted that way.