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  1. Hi, I'm Aly and I use the Blix theme for my blog, alyshea.wordpress.com.

    The links in the body text that come with my theme (which I generally love and really don't want to change) are a bit light for my taste, and tend to blend in with the rest of the text. I want to make them pop, so I went into the CSS area to try and make the links bold, but when I view the original stylesheet, I get this:

    /*
    Theme Name: Blix
    Theme URI: http://www.kingcosmonaut.de/blix/
    Description: A tried and true two-column theme with widgets and a customizable header.
    Version: 0.9.1-wpcom
    Author: Sebastian Schmieg
    Author URI: http://www.kingcosmonaut.de/
    Tags: custom-header, fixed-width, green, two-columns, rtl-language-support, white, light, right-sidebar, widgets, sticky-post
    */
    
    @import "layout.css?20090324";
    @import "spring_flavour.css?20090213";

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    I put in the backtick codes myself, fyi. Anyway, since I don't have access to this file, can I just take the existing CSS document and add in the code to make the links bold or would I have to create my own CSS document from scratch? I figured I would ask before I did this so I wouldn't ruin my blog.

    I'm fairly new at this, so any help would be much appreciated.

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

  2. These are the two CSS files that are imported into Blix:
    http://s3.wordpress.com/wp-content/themes/pub/blix/layout.css?20090324
    http://s3.wordpress.com/wp-content/themes/pub/blix/spring_flavour.css?20090213
    You will have sort through these files and add the code you need.

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