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I am using the WP Tabbed Widget on my site and I cannot figure out how to edit the css so it matches up with the rest of my sidebar on the Parallax Pro theme I am using.
The "Popular", "Recent" , and "Comment" tabs are too light and the background too dark.
I have Design Palette Pro installed and nothing I do there changes font size or colors. There are no css files with the plugin that I can find.
My guess is because the widget allows you to add widgets to it.
Any help on where to locate it or how to change the look would be appreciated.
Plugins like WP Tabbed Widget have their own CSS files that are completely apart from Genesis, WordPress, or DPP. Using your browser's inspection tool, you can see that the CSS class for the background color of the tabs is: .wp-tabbed-tabs .wp-tabbed-nav
If you add this block to your child theme's style.css you should be able to change the background color. The thing to be careful of is the load order of the style sheets. Plugins are loaded first in WordPress and themes afterward, but in the case of your plugin, the widget's style sheet is loading after your child theme's style sheet. This means the widget style sheet will have the priority. When you add the background color to your child theme's style.css, you'll need to use the !important keyword to make sure it has the priority.
The foreground color is being controlled by DPP in the class body.gppro-custom .sidebar .widget, so you should be okay.
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