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[Resolved] [Plugin: Twitter Widget Pro] Where to begin for customization

  • I am not a coding badass, but I can usually figure things out once I am pointed in the right direction.

    Where in my code should should I be placing customization code (like the code demonstrated in the FAQ)? Does that go into the CSS file?

    The website I am working on is EdibleSacHigh.org. (It’s for a school garden at a high school.)

    Any tips are appreciation. Thank you!

    Liz

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/twitter-widget-pro/

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  • Plugin Author Aaron D. Campbell
    Participant

    @aaroncampbell

    The CSS can go into any CSS file that’s loaded on your site. Usually people just add the styles to their theme’s style.css file.

    Hi Aaron,
    Thanks SO MUCH for all your diligence in replying to questions.

    I have tried to add CSS according to your instructions above, and those I’ve found in previous forum posts and in your FAQ. However, nothing seems to work.

    Here’s what I tried:
    1) Appearance > Editor > added to style.css I found here. Saved.
    2) Appearance > Edit CSS > added and saved code here.
    3) Went into Dreamweaver, connected to my host, opened the style.css file that I found inside wp-content>themes>iFeature[my theme]>css>style.css, and added to the very end of this style sheet. Saved and updated the remote files.

    Can there possibly be some step that I am missing…some other trick? Maybe I am using the wrong CSS?

    I want to add additional space between tweets, so they don’t appear as one big block of data. Here is the CSS I’ve tried:

    FIRST TRIED THIS:
    .widget_twitter ul li {
    margin-bottom: 10px;
    }

    THEN TRIED THIS:
    .widget_twitter {
    margin-bottom: 10px;
    }

    Any additional suggestions are GREATLY appreciated. Your plugin seems great, with many fans, so I’d sure like to keep using it.

    Many Thanks!

    Plugin Author Aaron D. Campbell
    Participant

    @aaroncampbell

    It sounds like you’re trying to put the styles in the right place, but what styles you need will depend very much on your theme.

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