Using Custom Design to Change Color of Twitter Widget Title

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  • #754519

    suite707
    Member

    I used Custom Design to change the h3 header of my widgets, but when I try to add the Twitter widget, its header color is the theme’s defaulted color. All my other widget titles use my customized h3 header color, except the Twitter widget.

    Is there any way to override this? It’s driving me crazy.

    The blog I need help with is suite707.wordpress.com.

    #754606

    We need a link to your site please.

    #754609

    suite707
    Member

    Sorry about that!

    http://suite707.wordpress.com/

    #754611

    The twitter widget title is the reddish color because it is a link to your twitter page. This changes it to the color of all the other widget titles.

    #twitter-3 h3 a {
    color: #47C8BC !important;
    }
    #754793

    suite707
    Member

    Thank you! This worked like a charm.

    #754794

    You are welcome.

    #754869

    I am having a similar problem, but I like the color of the links to Twitter and Facebook in my side bar and want the other fonts of the other widget titles to be the same. I have upgraded to Custom Design, but I’m not very familiar and this is my first stab at wordpress, so small words would be appreciated. It’s at http://hallassracing.wordpress.com/

    Thanks in advance!

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