IntelliWidget Stylesheet

IntelliWidget comes pre-configured with a set of styles to render the default output. You can create your own stylesheet named “intelliwidget.css” and save it in a folder named “intelliwidget” in your theme directory (with any custom templates). This way your custom stylesheet will not be replaced when you upgrade the plugin.

  • intelliwidget-align-[imagealign] – float left, right or none
  • intelliwidget-big-date – container for each post in “big date” template
  • intelliwidget-date – container for the month and day block
  • intelliwidget-day – container for the day of the month
  • intelliwidget-excerpt – container for the post excerpt text
  • intelliwidget-excerpt-container – container for each post in “excerpts” template
  • intelliwidget-image-container-[image_size] – container for featured image (by size)
  • intelliwidget-item – container for title, image and excerpt in “big date” template
  • intelliwidget-menu – style for <ul> container in “menu” template
  • intelliwidget-menu-item – style for <li> container in “menu” template
  • intelliwidget-current-menu-item – style for <li> container in “menu” template corresponding to the current page
  • intelliwidget-current-menu-parent – style for <li> container in “menu” template corresponding to the current page’s parent post
  • intelliwidget-current-menu-ancestor – style for <li> container in “menu” template corresponding to the current page’s ancestor posts
  • intelliwidget-month – container for the 3-letter month in “big date” template
  • intelliwidget-more-link – container for the “Read More” link in “excerpts” and “big date” templates
  • intelliwidget-title – container for the post title
  • slides – style for <ul> container in “slides” template (designed for FlexSlider)
  • slide – style for <li> container in “slides” template (designed for FlexSlider)