Support » Plugin: Widgetize Pages Light » styling

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  • Plugin Author OTWthemes

    (@otwthemes)

    Hi there,

    All sidebars created with this plugin have their own css class. They look like this otw-sidebar-22. You can use firebug for example to find what the classes on your installations are.

    You can use that classes to style widgets in a specific sidebar. Or you can use otw-sidebar to style all sidebars created by this plugin.

    OTWthemes

    Hi – this is great!

    So I looked at the source code and found all these classes (I should have started there).

    I can style .otw-sidebar and give it a background color. I can style .otw-sidebar-1 h2.widgettitle and effectively style the headings.

    But then I noticed that each widget has a different name “.otw-widget-1”, “.otw-widget-2” etc. I tried various things. When I try to style .widget .otw-widget, nothing happens. When I try to style .otw-widget, nothing happens. When I try to style .widget .otw-widget ul li, nothing happens.

    Should they be styled by .otw-widget, or using ul li? What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for the help and great plugin!

    ok I think I’m good to go. I have .otw-sidebar-1 for the whole sidebar
    .otw-sidebar-1 hw.widgettitle for the headings
    and
    .otw-side-bar .widget for the individual widgets.

    I think there’s nothing left after that besides paragraph and text and heading styling.

    So thank you so much!

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