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[Theme: Twenty Ten] Sidebar fonts

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  • First one should change the text in the text widget, second one should change the text in the others.

    .textwidget p {  }
    .widget-area, .widget-area a:link, .widget-area a:visited {  }

    Hi Zeaks.
    http://www.soulstyle.ca/word

    verbage under “I’m Tracy”, under “The Heart of Me”, the archive list, the blog roll, etc.

    For anyone else, what you’ve said may have answered it – for me, not so much.
    WHERE do i go to see the shot above; WHERE is the font size info there; WHAT am i adding to change font & size and WHERE am I adding it.
    Thanks.

    esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    Don’t edit the Twenty Ten theme. Instead create a child theme for your changes.

    WOWZA – again. super new to wordpress, zero knowledge of css. the ‘create a child theme’ is way out of my league.

    You should start off by creating a child theme if you want to make changes to Twenty Ten. This will prevent your changes from being overwritten if it’s ever upgraded.

    Codex guide – http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes
    My own guide – http://zeaks.org/child-theme-basics/

    I crated a starter child theme for you, just upload and activate, then you can add all your changes to it instead of Twenty Ten.
    http://zeaks.org/soulstyle-theme.zip

    Once you have done that, open style.css and add the css to change the fonts. font-family changes the font, font-size changes the size
    List of families http://www.fonttester.com/help/list_of_web_safe_fonts.html

    This will change the font in the text widget

    .textwidget p {
    font-family: font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 14px;
    }

    This will change the active font in the other widgets

    .widget-area, .widget-area a:link, .widget-area a:visited {
    font-family: font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 14px;
    }

    Add them both to the style.css, and save it. Change the font to whatever you want, and the size to whatever you want. You can edit the style.css in Appearance > Editor

    Thank you zeaks! I have to have my website host upload & activate the theme you sent, then I’ll be able to follow your instructions. I appreciate your help & your pity 🙂

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