CSS Ignored for Primary Widget Title

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    I’ve got a strange CSS error on one of my sites.

    On the CSS for the H4 widget title I’m getting a weird “user agent stylesheet” which is applying a 1.33em webkit margin.

    From my understanding there is a CSS error and this is the sheets way of defaulting to some settings. How do I find this error?

    The site is http://www.covericaaa.com


    Thanks all!



    Use Agent Stylesheet is the default from the browser.  You styling in the styles.css should over ride the user agent.

    I see a margin of 0 0 10px being applied from line 999 of your style sheet.

    What do you want the margin to be?

    Alan Smith


    David Chu

    I take it you’re referring to inner pages, as the home page does not have the primary sidebar. I don’t see any error at all. I think you’re just seeing massive default margins above and below the heading, stemming from one of those other CSS commands. The following CSS relates to that spot. Just as an example, I zeroed out margins. You could try that, and obviously adjust to taste.

    .sidebar h4, .sidebar h4 a, .sidebar h4 a:visited {
      color: #000000;
      line-height: 24px;
      margin: 0;
      padding: 0 0 15px;


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