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Fix tag CSS in word press

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I have a word press install here http://blog.advancedbrain.com/.  I am trying to fix the CSS of the tags (black boxes under the post).  I have the "terrifico" theme.  Have searched everywhere and can't see where you edit the colors of these little guys.
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Hi the_hero, the file you want to edit is located in the CSS folder in that theme. Do you have ftp access to your blog? If you do, you should be able to edit the element directly in blog.css. If not, you could override the styles by placing in them your style.css file (this can be found under appearance > editor). The element you would override would be: #post-article .title-meta .blog-posted-tags .tags-list a.
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Perfect!!
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