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i'm using the Future Calendar Plugin (http://anthologyoi.com/wordpress/plugins/future-posts-calendar-plugin.html) on the left side of this site: http://www.goldcoastchamber.com/.
But for some reason, the second future post is always highlighted in a different shade of blue (background-color: rgb(122, 255, 222)Wink than all the rest (background-color: rgb(40, 110, 160)Wink.
i've searched for these two code snippets in my entire site but can't find them anywhere. any idea where to find them or how to fix?
please advise. thanks.

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Hi, I looked at this because

Hi,
I looked at this because I'm a WP freak. Smile I think what you're seeing is by design... different color intensity for different number of events on that day.

If I hover over 3/9, I see two events, the other ones show only one. This, I think, changes the color. Any chance that you have duplicate data for that day? (because I only see one 3/9 event in your content area).

Hope that helps, Dave

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outwritten colors

you can define colors in RGB or hexadecimal format or simply outspell them. You can define styles in an external file and link to it or in the html itself.

In this case, search in the css file for lightblue for the background and inline for #286EA0 for the highlighted day.

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flamenco, you were right. i

flamenco, you were right. i had mistakenly posted the same event twice. thanks!