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  • Plugin Author Corey Salzano


    The easiest way to do this is to create CSS rules to apply the style you desire, and save those CSS rules in your theme’s stylesheet.

    Thread Starter NicoleHolgate


    I’m a complete PHP noob.

    Can you please give me an example


    ? Then where do I put the html? On the widget edit page? Whereabouts…

    Plugin Author Corey Salzano



    I am publishing a new version of this plugin today to allow you to target the author name with CSS.

    You can add this CSS to your theme’s stylesheet to change the look of the authors’ names.

    .recentcommentsauthor{ color: #1d730f; font-weight: bold; }

    Find your theme’s stylesheet under Appearance > Editor. It will likely be the first file that opens up in the editor.

    The version of the plugin you need for this to work is 0.121230, and it will be available to you as an update sometime today.

    Thread Starter NicoleHolgate


    Hi Corey,

    Sorry for delayed response!

    I sorted it out with many thanks to you 🙂


    Just installed your plugin. Do you where to adjust the number of characters in the excerpt comment. Thanks in advance for the help.

    I found it. Thanks anyhow.

    Is there a way to add the title of the post being commented? Which code I need to add in the core file?

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