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    Seems simple enough…

    ~Here’s your “Blog Post” now all I need to do is add a class with some styling and SHAZAM! I styled my blog posts to match my theme.~

    I am, however… missing something that I can’t wrap my head around. I’ve researched and believe me… my google skillz iz dah BOMB! but no… can’t seem to get it.

    My issue:
    -I’m just trying to finish up my custom theme. I’m down to styling (CSS) my blog posts. I want them to all be the same (not worried about styling them individually) –

    ie: I want all the “Titles” the same (color, font, etc….) / I want the content text the same / so forth and so on…

    Help Needed:

    I would love someone to enlighten me on how to go about doing so. I need to understand what I need to target with my CSS to style the posts them same.


    Yeah man, I can tell you’ve got som mad Google skillz!

    What usually do is that I have a few standard classes when writing the markup.
    .post, .post-title, .post-meta, .post-body and so on. Implement these in the WordPress loop, and you’re good to go.

    Title goes here

    Content goes here.


    I do appreciate the insight but I’m still having issues. I tried your approach and I have to be doing something wrong.

    Here’s my PHP



    Would someone be able to show me what to add in the PHP along with a “fake” CSS sheet of classes/ID’s that would correspond to the PHP. I think that would give me a greater understanding of my mental block. Thanks Anton first off (Truly appreciate)! Also, thank you in advanced to any other peoples suggestions!


    PHP Code



    Outputs to HTML

    Blog Title

    Therefore, you would target the h2{} and h2 a{} in your stylesheet to render all post titles.

    This is fairly basic, really. You should try the “view source” button to help you. Better yet, use firebug.

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