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  • #9211
    Candi
    Member

    I have the following CSS to change my footer font size and text, but my client somehow managed to change it. No it is just showing a calibri text.

    Is there something wrong with this code?

    .footer-title {
    font-weight: bold; !important;
    font:14px:!important;
    font-family: "Latin" ;!important;
    }

    #43010

    The !important declarations shouldn’t be necessary. (Although you never know. But it’s best to try without first.)

    Are you importing the “Latin” font? If so, did he delete the line that imports it?

    #43011
    Candi
    Member

    He claims he did nothing.. The font is working on all my other CSS.

    Here is the site: http://clickitrepair.com/

    Here is what is in the CSS pertaining to the footer… is it sidebar CSS that I need?

    .footer {
    font-family: "Latin";!important;
    background: #080854;!important;
    padding-top: 3px;!important;
    }

    .footer-title {
    font-weight: bold; !important;
    font:14px:!important;
    font-family: "Latin";}!important;

    I know the !important; seems like overkill but I have found it overrides everything else I may have done and since I am not good at this I have defaulted to using it on all CSS.

    #43012
    Luko
    Member

    I really don’t know what exactly do you want to fix. Which text?

    As far as I remember there is no footer class in Graphene. Only footer id.

    Using !important on all statement is pretty wrong approach :).

    #43013
    Candi
    Member

    There are six footers

    The titles in them are supposed to be in the Latin font and bold like they are in the nav bar.

    They are: Security Camera Installation – Computer Repair Services – Computer Virus Removal – Smart Phone Repair – Website Design Services – Flat Screen T.V. Repair.

    I need the CSS to get them back to the latin font, the color (I have to color code) and the font size of 16.

    Is it a CSS code for .sidebar something- something maybe?

    #43014
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    Is it a CSS code for .sidebar something- something maybe?

    Yup. Try:

    #sidebar_bottom .sidebar-wrap h3 {
    font-family: Latin, serif;
    }

    Don’t forget the serif part: it tells browsers what to use if the Latin font isn’t available (which is why it’s showing Calibri, which is a sans-serif font).

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    Using !important on all statement is pretty wrong approach :).

    Gotta agree with Luko on this one. It’s a declaration I see recommended all too often. Kind of like swatting flies with a shotgun.

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    There are six footers

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    As far as I remember there is no footer class in Graphene. Only footer id.

    Yup. These aren’t in the footer. The Graphene footer contains copyright and “return to top” link. These widget areas are independent of footer area. So the above should work. (At least it does in Firebug. Let us know if it doesn’t IRL.)

    #43015
    Candi
    Member

    It worked, thank you so much Kenneth…

    And I would be one hell of a shot if I could kill a fly with a shotgun.

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