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    Question Wordpress - Twenty Twelve - change titleds words style

    Hi everyone...

    I´m using the newest "Wordpress 3.8 - Pt" with "Twenty-Twelve (Theme)"->(:: Colégio Ramos Lopez - BLOG - REDIRECIONANDO...::).

    And, on the right side of every page, exists some titleds like:

    - Artigos recentes;
    - Comentários recentes;
    - Arquivo;
    - Categorias;
    - Meta;

    It seems to have a dark gray color each one....I would like to change that style...

    I tried to search, in the "Wordpress -> Control Panel->Editor" at every .php page the word "ARTIGOS" (that is one word that exists in the right menu) to see

    if I found the root style to change, but didin´t find..

    I like to change the style of thats rigth menu titleds...

    Please, I need na answer quickly...

    Thanks

    Carlos

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    That's your sidebar - the whole right side of the page. In the CSS I believe it's called "secondary".

    The individual items listed ( Artigos recentes; - Comentários recentes; - Arquivo; - Categorias; - Meta are widgets. You'll want to be looking for the word wiidget in your CSS - things like "widget-search" or "widget-title".

    The WordPress Control Panel Editor is very difficult to use - there are no numbered lines and the lines wrap funny - when I have any editing to do, i open it, copy all the code, and then paste it into notepad++ to do the editing.

    I always make a backup copy of the original file before I edit anything, so i can at least go back to the last version that worked if I break anything.
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    .widget-area .widget h3 { }

    There's your CSS selector.

    I highly recommend editing the files themselves versus using the WOrdpress editor. You can find the stylesheet in the folder wp-content/themes/<name of theme>/style.css.


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