August 13, 2012

How to Add a Custom Style to Any WordPress Widget

On a WordPress site that we recently built, there were several text widgets in use – one for About Us, one for a Facebook Social Plugin, and one for a newsletter signup form. The problem was that we wanted each one of these text widget areas to be styled slightly differently – some with a border, and some without…

Related Articles:


Latest on WordPress (LatestWP) was established in 2010 to serve the WordPress community as a reliable source of information, news, tutorials, tips, themes and plugins reviews, and more. Stay tuned with us at the following Social Media channels.

Related Post

The Great Summer WordPress Giveaway – Over $... I’ve been meaning to run another competition on WP Mods for a long time. In the past I have mainly used Twitter to promote and track competitions here...
How to Prevent WordPress from Compressing your jpg... By default, WordPress compress uploaded jpg images. This is a good thing because it makes the files smaller, but in some case, image quality can be mo...
How to Make The Most out of The Webs... The WordPress crew are a generous bunch. Many people (myself included) occasionally lose sight of the fact that we are using a completely free and ope...
Debonair – A New Premium Corporate WordPress... The Debonair WordPress Theme is ideal for small, medium and large businesses that want a clean and professional looking site... Related Themes:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This