[Pro] Blogger - 'followers' widget

Hello everyone.

I would like to use the followers widget in my blog but I am having problems with styling it.

I searched the threads and found a similar question being asked of the ‘labels’ widget and found a solution (from Joe B) that suggested using the following code"


.Label { color: #123abc; font-family: Helvetica-Neue,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; } // Targets all text in the Label widget .Label h2 { color: #456def; font-size: 18px } // Targets the title in the Label widget

Would I be right in assuming that if I wanted to do the same thing with the followers widget, I could change ‘.Label’ to ‘.Followers’ (or whatever it may be)?

Thank you


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Hi Mark,

If you just want to style the heading of the Followers widget then edit the h2 style in the Edit Styles dialog. You should be able to edit the colors of the content of the widget by clicking the Edit button on the widget when logged in (though this isn’t working for me right now).

Take a look here to see an example:
http://softpresstest.blogspot.com/

Joe

On 11 Feb 2011, at 11:35, MarkSmith wrote:

Hello everyone.

I would like to use the followers widget in my blog but I am having problems with styling it.

I searched the threads and found a similar question being asked of the ‘labels’ widget and found a solution (from Joe B) that suggested using the following code"


.Label { color: #123abc; font-family: Helvetica-Neue,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; } // Targets all text in the Label widget .Label h2 { color: #456def; font-size: 18px } // Targets the title in the Label widget

Would I be right in assuming that if I wanted to do the same thing with the followers widget, I could change ‘.Label’ to ‘.Followers’ (or whatever it may be)?

Thank you


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Thanks for that Joe but I’m having the same problem as you. When I uncheck ‘use template default styles’ and try to set up the colors manually, it lets me go through the motions but then does not apply the style.

My problem is that the background of my blog is dark grey so the default black for the content is not working :).

Is there a way to add the code manually to the code freeway spits out?


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