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  • Hi
    I’m in the process of customising a WordPress installation for a client and I’m fairly new to WordPress. My problem is that I want main content headings h2 fonts to appear the same as the Widget headings h2 fonts. I can see from the source code that widget h2 headings are defined as <h2 class=”widgettitle”> and what I really want is to have a look at the CSS code for .widgettitle h2, to match the font that the widget h2 title is using.
    My question is….where on earth can I find the CSS code for “widgettitle”? I’ve spent several hours looking and am pretty much at my wits end with this.
    Any help greatly appreciated.
    Regards
    Jim

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  • a link to your site would help so I can diagnose the problem.

    create new widgettitle to the css 🙂

    h2.widgettitle { font:bold 12px Verdana, Arial, Sans-Serif;}

    Many thanks guys
    I’ve managed to sort it out in a roundabout sort of way! I created the new h2 definition for the main content (changing the fonts till it looked right!) as suggested above. It was really the other way round that I wanted though – I liked the font in the widgettitle class, but couldn’t find anywhere that class was defined. Still, never mind.
    Cheers
    Jim

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