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    First post – really need some help with this if possible. :-)

    Myself and my friend are using a marketplace host to create a new website, but want to change a couple of features and cannot work out how to do it. We can’t edit the HTML I believe, but we can do the CSS… So hoping it’s possible.

    The website URL is:

    On the top banner, top right hand side – there’s two buttons: ‘Become a Host’ and ‘Register/Sign In’.

    The ‘Become a Host’ has a hover function which we want to disable but can’t work out how.. We just want the text to be black and constantly visible.
    The ‘Register/Sign In’ is white (we want a white background when the site is fully sorted) and we can’t figure out what it’s called to change text to black/grey.

    We’ve changed a few other aspects, but these two we just can’t figure out.

    Any help / advice would be great.



    To disable the hover and change color on the ‘Become a Host’ link:

    .navigation li:first-of-type a {
      pointer-events: none;
      cursor: default;
      color: #000;

    Or alternatively use this selector: [id="register-modal-seller"] { }

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