Twitter Widget Custom CSS

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  • #951132

    rsmithing
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    Hi. Can anyone tell me how to change the color of the links in the Twitter widget? I’ve tried manipulating every tag, style and class I can identify but with no luck. I can even change the non-link text, but not the link itself. Any ideas? Thanks!

    The blog I need help with is rsmithing.com.

    #951330

    You appear to have gotten this figured out, correct?

    #951331

    Actually, you are going to have to add the “!important” attribute to override the original color as below:

    .widget ul.tweets li a:link, .widget ul.tweets li a:visited {
    color: #851D1D !important;
    }
    #951348

    rsmithing
    Member

    Ah-HA! Thanks so much! :) Good-looking site you have, too Richard.

    #951356

    Thanks and you are welcome.

    #951384

    rsmithing
    Member

    Heck yeah. I’d just like to say, this was the final touch in my upgrade for the custom fonts pack, which I now heartily endorse. With my limited knowledge of CSS and for about the price of a beer a month (to give you some idea of the beer I like), I get a swank looking blog. Thanks again.

    #951385

    Good looking site you have there. Nice colors, very readable and nice choice of fonts, especially for the site title. I’ve always disliked the very heavy fonts use in Bueno. I guess they are ok for some people, but just too much for my tastes.

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