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  • Plugin Author Mark Root-Wiley


    Hi @murtykorada,

    Sorry to hear about your troubles.

    The plugin can’t control for all themes that it might be used with, so there are times where a theme can interfere with the plugin styles.

    In this case, the problem is on line 1484 of your style.css file where the #widget a selector has the style display: inline-block. Removing that style and using normal inline links resolves the problem.

    If you’re using that #widgets a style for something, you’ll need to right a more specific style that will only style the elements you intend.

    Wow, you are good. How did you find out? Sorry if it is a silly question, I am a newbie.

    I am using ThemeID Responsive theme and their full width child theme.

    The parent theme’s style.css has this as you pointed out:

    #widgets a {
    	display: inline-block;
    	margin: 0;
    	padding: 0;
    	text-decoration: none;

    Can I define a new widget style in child theme and use it for the plug in? If yes, how?

    Or there another way to customize the plug in style?

    Plugin Author Mark Root-Wiley


    I use a Firefox plugin called Firebug. Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer all have some version of a developer tools suite with similar features. It allows you to inspect the styles applied to an element and see how they interact (though you have to have a general idea of how CSS works for it to make any sense).

    Because you’re already using a child theme, you can’t make a child-child theme (grandchild?). If there’s a way to add custom CSS, just add:

    #widgets a {
        display: inline;

    Jetpack has a custom CSS module that could help you with this.

    To be bluntly honest, that style is way too broad and shouldn’t be written in the way it is (particularly in a distributed theme). I’m sure this isn’t the only widget plugin that breaks because of it. Because it’s a theme issue, all I can really say is that you’ll have to contact the theme developer if you need additional support on these styles.

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