How to change requests advisory color in version 11.0?

How to change requests advisory color in version 11.0?

 for request advisory to be shown in yellow add the below snippet in ManageEngine/SupportCenter/custom/style/custom_style.css file

.advisory div.content

    background-color: yellow;


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