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CSS code for Enterprise Theme

  1. #sidebar .widget, #sidebar h4 {font-family: YOUR-FONT-HERE;}
  2. Thank you so much!

  3. Good to see this thread has become the definitive WordPress Enterprise Theme CSS Guide. Nice!

  4. I'm having a problem with the sidebar with a couple of Enterprise themes. I have not edited the sidebar css code but if you look at http:\\ you will see the headings for the Link Categories have moved to the left and covering the wee graphic.

    Can anyone tell me what code I should add to make it move to the right a bit?

  5. The "problem" is in this selector:

    #content h4

    You're setting the padding to 0

    To fix that, add this to your CSS:

    #sidebar h4 {padding-left: 20px;}

    That should move the titles to the right.

  6. @devblog Thanks for that. All fixed.

  7. Hi.

    I've edited a few things on my blog using the CSS editor, but am struggling with a few adjustments that I wish to make. Just wondered if someone could help me.

    I want to change the font of the posts and the footers at the bottom to match the "Calibri" font I have done for the rest.

    I also want to make the headers for the posts a different color.

    Lastly, I also have a text widget displaying the badge at the top of the right sidebar, but can't seem to align this in the center. Can anyone help with this?

  8. You might want to specify some fall-back options as well just in case users don't have Calibri installed, if you want the whole blog to use this font you can target it with the "body" selector. You will need to include an extra one for the footer titles too though:

    body, #footer-widgeted h4 {font:calibri, arial, THIRD-CHOICE;}


  9. Thanks for your help. I've changed the font now. I'm just having a problem in getting the footers at the bottom to change now.

  10. So far I have changed this in the CSS

    a:link {

    a:visited {

    #searchform {

    #sidebar .widget_search form {

    #subnav {
    margin:0 auto 20px;

    #sidebar .widget {
    margin:0 0 30px;

    #header {
    background:#fff url('') 0 0 no-repeat;

    .header-left h1,.header-left #description {

    #content h1,#content h2,#content h3,#content h4,#content h5,#content h6 {

    #nav *,#content-left h2 {
    font-family:Calibri, Arial, Verdana;

    #sidebar .widget,#sidebar h4 {
    font-family:Calibri, Arial, Verdana;

    #content {
    font-family:Calibri, Arial, Verdana;

    #footer-widgeted h4 {
    font-family:Calibri, Arial, Verdana;

    #footer-widgeted .textwidget {
    font-family:Calibri, Arial, Verdana;

    Can someone tell me if I have made any errors because when the page loads it keeps saying "Done, but with errors on the page".

    Would really appreciate some help. Thanks.

  11. Does anyone know how to change the RSS link text colour?

  12. @sgmboro
    I answered you in the other thread here but I failed to mention that the number of Volunteers answering CSS question is "precious few" and that means you will have to be patient when waiting for answers to your questions.
    best wishes with your blog.

  13. After a while of fiddling around with different codes I've finally worked out how to change the RSS link text colour.

    For anyone else who needs the code to do this, I used the following code;

    #nav .rsslink {

  14. Thanks so much for sharing that with others. :)

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