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Do individual custom widget area's have their own css that can be edited?

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  • Do individual custom widget area's have their own css that can be edited?

    For example changing the padding of individual areas, or the background colour of a particular widget area?

    Thanks.
    Last edited by ldepadey; 10-16-2017, 08:55 PM.

  • #2
    Use dev tools to detect the ID of the widget. Then use this as a selector for custom CSS.

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    • #3
      got the widget ID, where exactly is the css edited for this?

      Does it matter that it's a widget ID? for example "text" and not a widget area ID? as surely the widget ID will only effect the text widget, not the widget area itself?
      Last edited by ldepadey; 10-18-2017, 01:50 AM.

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      • SiGa
        SiGa commented
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        There is no CSS yet as you'd have to write it...? We couldn't guess what the ID of your widget in question is, each ID is unique. Sorry but I'm not sure I understand the rest of the question....

    • #4
      also, just thought to add this here rather then creating a new thread.
      In amare on desktop the menu doesn't appear, but when i shirk it to mobile size it does? see depadeystudios.com

      Thanks again, i'm learning a lot
      Last edited by ldepadey; 10-18-2017, 07:03 AM.

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      • SiGa
        SiGa commented
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        On the Amare demo site, please read how to set up the menu correctly, there's a description.
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