Customising Blog Timestamp

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Hi there!

I've been working on customising my blog for my website. When you make a new post, a timestamp is automatically generated (Showing the date eg. 13 November). However, it simply shows this in plain text. I have some custom CSS I'd like to try out to make it a little more prominent and eye-catching. I can't do this, however, because I am unaware of exactly what div/class I need to link my CSS to.

I hope you're understanding what I'm trying to say :) Basically, I'd like to use CSS to style the timestamp, beacuse right now it's just boring plain text. So what is the default CSS for it? (I can't find it anywhere). If I could get the CSS for it (or simply the div if it's only HTML) I'll be able to do what I want.

Hope someone can help me!
Regards, Brandon
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Hello Brandon,

I do know what you mean! If you look at the page source, you'll see the CSS stylesheets for the blog page. Click on the stylesheet link and then you should be able to view the codes used.

If you still have trouble with this, please share your URL and I can assist further.