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  • I’m using the Weaver II Theme. See on the bottom of my site:
    I have a line with names of some of my site pages with links. The line is just above the footer, and is in a page-bottom-widget-area. The widget type is text.
    Here is the text I placed there:

    <span style="font-size: 9px;>
    <a href="">Home</a> | <a href="">About Us</a> | <a href="">Privacy Policy</a> | <a href="">Contact Us</a>

    My questions:

    1. How do I change the font color and remove the BOLD just fron the text in this widget? As you can see I did manage to change the font size, but when I do the same for color and style (not bold) it doesn’t affect the text at all.

    2. As you can see the widget area has a slight grey frame to it. How can I remove it?


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  • To change the font weight and color, try adding this to Custom CSS Rules under Admin->Appearance->Weaver II Admin->Advanced Options->< HEAD > Section:

    #bottom-widget-area aside span,
    #bottom-widget-area aside span a {
       color: red;
       font-weight: normal;

    You really should give the span a class name and use that name here.

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