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I want wrap all default widget into a div tag, so i can add a suffix class to define style for each widgets

<div class="suffix-class">
 // widget
</div>

And in widget form, we have a input field to input this class.

It like module of joomla.

What can we do ? override all default widget ?

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What is a suffix class? – toscho Jun 7 '13 at 10:53
    
Why do you need to add a class? There should already be markup enough to target the widget with style rules. – s_ha_dum Jun 7 '13 at 13:35
    
i want display it in different styles. and only change the class suffix instead of editing css – Quang Trung Nguyen Jun 7 '13 at 13:55

In the register_sidebar() call in functions.php.

Look for before_widget and after_widget and modify as appropriate. The code below is the default usage.

'before_widget' => '<li id="%1$s" class="widget %2$s">',
'after_widget'  => '</li>',
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I see this uestion is kind of old, but it also doesn't seem to have been answered. For anyone who wants to do this, I don't know how to do it via the template/code but there is a Wordpress plugin that lets you do it http://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-css-classes/ . It works just like joomla so your widget will be like.

<div class="widget suffix-class">
 // widget
</div>

(Depending on your template) Hope this helps someone!

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