Style the Post Byline

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Style Author Name

Place this code in custom.css, and change to suit your requirements:

/* Unlinked author name */
.custom span.author {
   color: #888888;
}

/* Linked author name */
.custom span.author a {
   color: #888888;
}

Style Published On Date

Place this code in custom.css, and change to suit your requirements:

.custom abbr.published {
   font-weight:bold;
   cursor: default;
}

Style Comments and Categories Links

Place this code in custom.css, and change to suit your requirements:

.custom .headline_meta a {
   color: #888888;
}

Note that this style will also be applied to the linked author names, unless you’re also using the code in Style Author Name, above.

Remove Italics and Uppercase Formatting

Place this code in custom.css:

/* Remove Italics */
.custom .headline_meta {
   font-style: normal;
}
/* Remove Uppercase */
.custom .headline_meta span,
 .custom .headline_meta abbr {
   text-transform: none;
}