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…

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