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Topic-icon help styling rss feed in right column

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6 years 4 months ago #2949 by trey-braid
milos can you help me style this module real quick... it is in the right column-- the module is called mod_thick_rss... right now the font is small, black and has bullets... what would i need to add to the template.css.css to change the color, size and omit the bullets...

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6 years 4 months ago #2953 by milos
What you need is FireBug plugin for Firefox. Then, when you enable it and learn how to use it, it would show you instantly what's the CSS file and CSS class of any element.

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6 years 4 months ago #2955 by trey-braid
milos i am using firebug and i have css inspector as well... i am using style 1 so the links are set to black thoughout the site... the column i am trying to change the font/ link color is the right column- which is where the mod_thick_rss module is... that is what i need to style... can you help?

not so much the module styling--- how would i go about styling the right column only?

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6 years 4 months ago #2957 by milos
Link to your site please?

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6 years 4 months ago #2960 by trey-braid
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sorry my bad!

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6 years 4 months ago #2963 by milos
If you are using Firebug, you can see those RSS list is in UL with class "rssfeed_list". Also, each link in the list is LI element with class "rssfeed_item".

So what you can do?

You can add definitions for "ul.rssfeed_list" and "li.rssfeed_item" in the template_css.css file. There you can change whatever you like.

If some changes doesn't have effect, try adding "!important", in example "color:#fff !important".
ul.rssfeed_list {
color:#fff !important;
}

li.rssfeed_item {
color:#fff !important;
}

li.rssfeed_item a {
color:#fff !important;
}

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