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Cannot find time zone designation in CSS

  1. Would someone please take a look at my blog & CSS here (i have tweaked wank's biology skin):
    http://judyb12.wordpress.com/

    The entry date includes the time zone designation of UTC, but my blog time zone is set to GMT-5 (UTC-6). The time of the posts is correct, but the time zone is not.

    I cannot find where this hardcoded UTC is in the style sheet. Can someone help me, please?

    Thanks

  2. You wanna change this part, right?

    Sat 9 Jun 2007 – 18:19 UTC

    If so, it is affected by the class "entry-date" which I don't see in your CSS. So, to change it, you need to define it.

    .entry-date{
         /* attributes you want it to have */
    }

    HTH

  3. sweet; i'll give that a try. Thanks!

    Edit: Wait, the attribute is there already:

    .entry-date {
    text-align:center;
    font-size:1em;
    font-weight:normal !important;
    margin-right:50px;
    }

    i'm totally lost as to what to do with this. Do i need to use a Generated Content attribute?

  4. tiamatsdisciple
    Member

    I think he means you have to define the format. But then im useless at CSS so dont take my word for it lol

  5. hmm, when I searched your CSS, I couldn't find it. I must have missed it.

    Have you tried changing those attributes?

  6. the only thing i changed was the font size. It seems like none of those things would have anything to do with the time zone.

    Also, i noticed that the "UTC" appears on the comments, too.

  7. here's what i found while looking at the entire page source:
    <div class="entry-date"><abbr class="published" title="2007-06-07T15:48:18+0000">Thu 7 Jun 2007 – 15:48 UTC</abbr></div>

    Can i change this, or am i stuck with it? The CSS shows the following attributes:

    abbr.published {
    	border: 0;
    	cursor: default;
    	margin: 0;
    }
    body.home abbr.published, body.archive abbr.published, div.page-link {
    	font-weight: bold;
    }
  8. yeah, you can change whatever you want in your CSS.

    That's odd. I mean, just changing the entry-date class should work. It works for me in one of my blogs where I am using Sandbox.

    Maybe I'm missing something here. What is it that you wanna do with that part? do you want to change font style, color?

  9. I think this is a bug that i will report next week. The problem is that the wrong time zone displays in my "entry-date" (UTC instead of GMT-5), and this is not CSS-dependent.

    Thanks for trying to help me!

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