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September 20th, 2016

How to make round corners on sidebar in Atahualpa theme

I love the Atahualpa theme. It is the free theme that I use on absolutely every one of my blogs.

But, for someone who does not speak a bit of html code, it can be a struggle to make my blogs pop design-wise.

While searching the Atahualpa forum for a solution to one problem, I often stumble across a cool idea.

A trick that I have added to each of my blogs in adding round corners to the sidebars (and lately to the content boxes as well).

The steps are super simple.

Go to Appearance.

Click Atahualpa Theme Optioins.

Scroll down and click Style Widgets.

In the Widget Container field, paste the following code:

margin: 0 0 15px 0;
padding: 10px;
-webkit-border-radius:10px;
border-radius: 10px;

Click save and done.

Adjust numbers as needed.

Easy right?

Basically, copy and paste.

Do you have any other tips that I should know and use to make my blogs pop?

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