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Bueno Theme Widget Styles

  1. timothyplawlor
    Member

    How do you control the distance between the subheads and the white lines underneath them in the

      Twitter
    widgets.

    On my blog the distance between the two Twitter widget subheads and the white line below them is much less that the distance between the other three widget subheads and their white lines. I want them all to be the same distance.

    Also is it possible to get rid of the underline under the "ABOUT" button?

    The blog I need help with is timothyplawlor.wordpress.com.

  2. We cannot even begin to help you until you post an active link starting with http:// to the blog in question. Will you please do that now?

  3. I have located your blog here http://7thandj.wordpress.com/ I also note that you are already getting help from Staff with CSS editing so I'm not clear on why you have posted into this forum. For the sake of continuity and to prevent posting multiple threads on each CSS adjustment you aish to make, may I suggest that you continue getting the CSS help you need from Staff that you started receiving in this thread?

  4. To control the bottom padding on just the twitter widget, specifically target it as below and adjust the value as desired.

    .widget_twitter h3 {
    padding-bottom: 20px;
    }
  5. I couldn't get the CSS posted here to work, but I tested the following and this worked for me:

    .widget_twitter h3 a {
    color: #A40C34 !important;
    }
    .widget_twitter h3 {
    padding: 25px 0px !important;
    }

    Could you try it out and let us know if this gets you the result you wanted?

    Just a quick side note too--everyone is welcome to post CSS in the forums any time! In fact, staff may sometimes encourage it for CSS. :) There are a ton of different ways to do the same thing in CSS, and more eyes are better, so the forums are a good choice for CSS questions in general. Of course, if you ask for help in multiple locations, it may get confusing, so picking one spot (like the forums here!) is a good way to go. The CSS forums are our best CSS help resource, hands down. There are excellent volunteers here as well as staff.

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