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Fancy link: set custom class

Hi,

I want to target a particular title not all so I used "orange" in my code like below. Then I put this into the CSS: .orange .fancy_heading .title {
color: red;} 

But it's not changing the title to orange. Please help.

[fancy_heading CLASS="ORANGE" title="" h1="0" icon="icon-lamp" slogan="" style="icon" animate=""]Insert your content here[/fancy_heading]




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  • Buy I am not adding it as an item on its own. It will be used within the tab item *see screenshot*  So I don't have access to a class field like in your screenshot. So how do I target it?

    Also is it all shortcodes that dont allow the insert the class="" parameter. Or is it just certain ones
  • Nevermind, I've figured it out. For anyone with the same issue: I had two of the same shortcodes inside one column. Once I separated them into 2 column items, I could specify the class and target them separately using the directions provided above. 
  • Hi Admin,

    I had a second question that went unanswered:

    "Also is it all shortcodes that dont allow the insert the class="" parameter? Or is it just certain ones?"
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