I need some help with restyling my alternate widget areas. I've created some new widget areas, and placed one into the main content of my index.php. This works just fine, however i want to style it differently.
- WordPress: 3.0.4
- Theme: Twenty Ten Child (twentyten-child)
- Server: Local/MAMP
I've tried creating new style definitions for this particular widget area, mainly wanting to get rid of the list bullets.
I've also tried
list-style: none with every one of the widget css definitions in my child theme's stylesheet, this doesn't appear to be working.
Firebug shows that the widget has a class of
xoxo so i removed reference to that class in my file sidebar-content.php and there’s no such string in either the parent or child theme's functions. The widget I’m calling to the area is WP's default blogroll widget.
- Is there any way to remove the xoxo class attached to this widget from within the theme twentyten, perhaps using a filter?
- How can I resize the widget widths to allow them to fill up the custom widget area – or will they automatically do so?
The sidebar html for this widget area as follows:
<?php /* Theme:twentyten-child-kw Alt Sidebar containing the content widget areas. @package WordPress @subpackage Twenty_Ten @since Twenty Ten 1.0 */ ?> <div id="content" class="alt-widget-area" role="complementary"> <?php /* When we call the dynamic_sidebar() > function, it'll spit out the widgets for that widget area. If it instead returns false, then the sidebar simply doesn't exist, so we'll hard-code in some default sidebar stuff just in case. */ if ( is_active_sidebar( 'alt-content-widget-area' ) ) : ?> <?php dynamic_sidebar( 'alt-content-widget-area' ); ?> <?php endif; // end content widget area ?> </div><!-- #content .alt-widget-area -->
In my child theme's style sheet, created definitions for the class
alt-widget-area are based on the parent theme's definitions for
widget-area, however, the class
xoxo is taking precedence over everything.
Any suggestions please?