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  • I can’t find where to change the font for my sidebars. It is supposed to be the same as my post contents, but it is just showing up black. I have tried adding: font-color:#3A3131; all over the place (there are multiple places in my stylesheet that say sidebar or widget–some of them seem to not change anything. This is the same problem I’m having with getting rid of the space around my sidebars. I don’t know what to change!)

    I even have the default text color in the “Tigarator” set to the right color. But it doesn’t seem to want to change the sidebars. The one place it does have the right color is in the Google Ads, because I just have the google code pasted into the Widget. But even my text above the ads is black.

    Is this because of the widgets? Do I need to specify the color in each of the Widgets? If so, what is the code to do that?

    The font family is right. And I can change the style of the links. I just can’t get the regular text to change color!

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  • i have the same problem i dont know how to change the size of font in my widget there is not any css for this

    oh!! sorry i found it there is `#sidebar {
    font: 1.2em ‘Tahoma’, Verdana, Arial, Sans-Serif;
    in my css and i modified it and it work

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