Greetings. I am wading into the foray of editing some of the CSS on my blog. I am using the Headlines Theme. I managed through some of the basic global changes myself, but when I try to edit something like the size and color of the widget text, I run into the problem of losing the images behind the widgets that are referenced through relative links in the theme. Example:
margin: 0 0 20px 0;
background:#fefefe url(images/bg-box.png) repeat-x;
border:1px solid #fff;
color:#555; font-family:Georgia, "Times New Roman", Times, serif;
When I bring that into the editor window, I lose the background image (a png of a gradient). My question is, if it is linked to the theme and not from my media library, is there a way to discern what the name/location of that image is so I can update the link or can I simply not edit that? Any direction would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
The blog I need help with is progressivetimes.wordpress.com.