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Firebug is a good option.
My conclusion is the class is identified as
The Links within the Text Widget are set out like this:
So now to the nuts of the matter......WHAT specific actions do I need to perform and explicitly where ?!
Thanks for the reply....but it is necessary to demonstrate Knowing the approach, which has to be a constant in all circumstances rather than attempting to divine it by looking at the site. Its a widget position on an enterprise child theme using a text widget with html. Perhaps better to wait for a contributor who has has cause to Know.
I solved the Method MYSELF.
As suspected...it is necessary to Know the approach.
The mountain of misinformation about how to make the change is almost staggering as is the
unwillingness to even attempt the exact change.
Brad- if you asked me nicely perhaps you could include this somewhere in the snippets or tutorials ( LOL )
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