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How do I change the font for my copyright footer?

  1. Some time ago I succeeded in adding a copyright line to my blog's footer using a text widget and "position absolute." Yesterday I did a total "font makeover" but can't figure out how to spec the font change for the copyright line. The WordPress credit line dutifully changed but my copyright line did not. I have the CSS upgrade. Suggestions? Thanks in advance.

    The blog I need help with is piedtype.com.

  2. Add this:
    #text-165762484 {
    font-size:blablabla;
    font-family:blablabla;
    font-weight:blablabla;
    etc...
    }

    Adjust the size, type, font color, etc. according to your taste.

  3. Thanks, duto. It's late and I must be overlooking something. That code is obviously affecting the font size, but the font is not changing to match what I spec. Maybe I've screwed up the punctuation or something. I'll work on it some more tomorrow.

  4. Finally figured it out. I'd specked the font in the widget itself. Once I changed that, it worked.

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