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using CSS for lowercase title attributes?

  • lowercase-r
    Member

    @lowercase-r

    i’m a beginner to the wonderful world of wordpress… so please excuse this rather obtuse question:

    just where the heck in any of the .php files is the title attribute for the comment-meta permalink defined?

    my goal is making all the text (title attributes included) in the comment-meta lowercase, and was able to do so (except for the permalink’s title attribute!) by slipping a text-transform into my theme’s default.css file (i’m using a thematic child theme), like so:

    #comments-list .comment-meta {
    color:#666;
    font-size:11px;
    padding:0 0 9px 0px;
    text-transform: lowercase;
    }

    but i’m going mad trying to find where WP is drawing the “Permalink to this comment” title attribute from. (a visual depiction of what i’m talking about: http://adumbrate.me/show-n-tell/permalink%20title%20attribute%20not%20lowercase.png)

    is it possible to somehow use CSS to make this title attribute lowercase if i can’t located where it’s being pulled from in any of the .php files?

    thanks in advance for the help!

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  • pete_voce
    Member

    @pete_voce

    Which thematic theme is it? Most likely you will need to find where it is being generated and make it lowercase via PHP.

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