Since my skill with either coding nor CSS is not exactly wonderful, I have taken a particular theme which I have then started to alter to fit the design I had in mind. That, unfortunately, also had some downsides, as I had to find and alter everything in such a way that was usable for me.
Fortunately though, the entire Blog design is ready, apart from one particular problem. I cannot seem to get graphics in the widgets in the sidebar the way I want them to and it is driving me nuts.
The idea is simple; each widget needs to consist of a top, main and bottom (all three with a graphic background), with the main holding the content, the top holding the title and the bottom meant for the finishing touches. The top and bottom have both got a fixed height and width, while the main only has a fixed width. Since I am most probably only going to use the most basic widgets, it is all fairly straightforward stuff.
However, I have only been able to change the title of the widget. The body either does not work, or WP takes the entire bar to the left and gives it a background. I cant get the bottom to even work. I have searched the entire themefiles, but I cannot seem to find the code responsible for generating the widgets. The only thing I can find is a dynamic sidebar in the themefiles, but apparantly that isnt active since it doesnt work (even if you remove all the code there, the blog still works fine).
The link is http://www.studio-crimson.com/Blog
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