[Resolved] Styling a Custom Page with CSS on Twenty Twelve
A bit despearate here,
I am doing a custom page that pulls only a type of posts that I call “artist” (music site).
Problem is that I want to alter the standard way the excerpts are displayed but I can’t figure out how the CSS is called so when I view the source on the generated page something like this appears in the content area for each post:
[please use backticks or the ‘code’ button for posting code – http://codex.wordpress.org/Forum_Welcome#Posting_Code – the code below is partially broken]
<article id="post-23" class="post-23 artists type-artists status-publish hentry"> <header class="entry-header"> <img width="300" height="211" src="http://POSTURL/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/uk-0721-266627-front-e1361465109586.jpg" class="attachment-post-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="uk-0721-266627-front" /> <h1 class="entry-title"> <a href="http://POSTURL/" title="Permalink to ARTIST 1" rel="bookmark">ARTIST1</a> </h1> </div><!-- .entry-content -->
Which is fine, but when I try to alter the CSS doesn’t work or if I call a different CSS using a snippet in the header for this page only doesn’t work either.. It simply doesn’t obbey the custom CSS I write.
The template page is based on the default page template that comes with the theme but it doesn’t contain any CSS tags.
Does anyone know how can I go about changing the css or using my own CSS tags?
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