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Justifying text in widget

  1. Have not been able to figure out how to justify a line of text in a widget I am using for quotes. Am a newbie, but have found your comments helpful in the past so thanking you now.

    Katherine

  2. If you are not familiar with HTML the easiest way to accomplish what you want is to create exactly what you want in a draft post. Switch from the visual editor to the HTML editor and then copy what's in the draft post. Save it. Open a text widgets and paste the code into it. When you are done and the text widget is displaying the way you want , go back and delete the draft post.

  3. Is this the blog you are asking about:
    http://emotfit.wordpress.com/
    ??

  4. @emotfit
    I see the widget in your sidebar. I do not know what set of color you chose the font color number from. I prefer to use visibone color lab myself. Below is the text you said you wanted "justified" but I'm not convinced that justification is what you want. Perhaps you mean "alignment", perhaps not.

    This is the quote centered with no font color changes and without any padding: <blockquote>"Ring the bells that still can ring. Forget your perfect offering. There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in." </blockquote>

    Will you please post the link to where you see the font color defined?
    Will you also clarify whether or not your truly mean "justified"?

  5. Sorry, had to suddenly rush out--I am a new grandmother and support and baby sitting was needed unexpectedly. I left my efforts to edit hang. Will follow your advice above and think that may resolve things. If not will get back to you as requested in your latest post.

  6. panaghiotisadam
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  7. Thank you all. Have solved the alignment problem. Will read the formatting text pt 1 and 5 tomorrow.

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