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Help find the correct css code for the footer color

Posted on 2016-09-27
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Hi, On this site here http://preview.bizgro.com
I was hoping to change the footer links to white.  However I can't seem to create the correct css for this and NOT affect any other menus.  I only want the menu links in the footer to be white.
Can anyone help me write the correct code for this?
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pradeep kumar earned 2000 total points
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just add this class to your style.css above media query.

#footer .widget ul li a
{
    color:#fff;
}

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by:Amanda Watson
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Beautifully done thanks
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