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Custom CSS code failing to affect widgets

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sterlingbates    1
sterlingbates

I am used to doing basic modifying of CSS using Chrome Developer Tools and Framework to modify the appearance of the site built with Framework. I think I must be missing something, cause all the custom code I have entered on this site doesn't seem to be affecting the widgets. I can't get anything to stick. E.g. the below does nothing. .widget-pad { text-align: right !important; padding-top:0px !important; }

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Rob    547
Rob
This is what I tested and it appeared to work in Firebug: [code].widget-pad { padding: 10px 10px 0; text-align: right !important; }[/code] Please let me know how it goes.

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sterlingbates    1
sterlingbates
I can make it work in Chrome Tools too but it doesn't seem to do a thing when I put it in the CSS custom code section. Sadly, that is not working.

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sterlingbates    1
sterlingbates
I can't get any CSS code for the widgets to work.

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WebWerx    0
WebWerx
@buy@silverparadigm.com: Have you been able to implement any other custom CSS?

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sterlingbates    1
sterlingbates
Yes, quite a number of CSS changes. I just made more changes to another section of the site a few minutes ago and had no trouble.

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catrina    103
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Since a lot of your widgets are using link lists, you may need to adjust the
    and
  • items instead of the widget-pad itself.

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