I have run in to a slight problem that I think needs CSS in some fashion. For as much as the default primary color of orange is nice, it does not display well when showing links. For this reason alone, I changed it to blue (#0000ff) and now links look like links.
However, for a new plugin I am developing, it introduces a new problem: when allowing the user to make an entry via TinyMCE, when you hover over an edit icon or make a selection from a pull-down (i.e. change font), this blue makes it nearly impossible to see what you are hovered over.
There seems to be 2 choices for me to make:
Choice #1: Change the primary color back to orange. What I would need to do for this choice to work for me is to then add CSS to display the linked text as blue (maybe even adding underlines). I’m not real crazy about this option because if the orange text appears somewhere else later on that is not a link then I have to make yet another CSS change.
Choice #2: Change the hover color on the TinyMCE editor to orange (which looks really nice in this case).
Could you tell me what CSS I need for both choices? Equally important, what choice would you advise?
PS: If I purchase Astrid Pro, do I have more control over this without custom CSS?