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  • Resolved lisabeewd

    (@lisabeewd)


    I am running into trouble trying to adjust the CSS. You have !important in your CSS next to variables like font-size and border. Because of that I am unable to over ride the size and eliminate the border in my CSS file (the plugin CSS file loads AFTER the theme CSS file so your !important over rides my !important). If I adjust your CSS won’t it be overwritten in the next update?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/recent-posts-widget-extended/

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  • Hi,
    Sorry for the delay, the reason I used !important is because some themes has an ugly style for widget.

    What theme are you using?

    I am using a custom child theme based on the standard twenty ten theme that comes with wordpress. The custom child theme is all my coding.

    the best way is create a new css rule in your child theme style like below

    .your-sidebar-class .rpwe {
     // your rules here !important.
    }

    Thank you Satrya, I was able to get my css rules to work by adding the ID that I used to wrap the rpwe plugin in front of the rpwe class names.

    Thank you Satrya, that worked!

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