I'm working on a WordPress site right now and I want to style post meta data differently on a category archive page as opposed to a single post page. They are both using the entry-date class but the body that is called is different between the archives and single post.
Here is how the classes and IDs are nested for the archive page:
<body class="archive category category-blog category-11 logged-in admin-bar browser-gecko">
<div id="page" class="hfeed container">
<div id="main" class="clearfix">
<div id"content" class="sidebar" role="main">
As comparison, a single post page, everything is the same except the first line:
<body class="single single-post postid-191 single-format-standard logged-in admin-bar browser-gecko">
In the template's original CSS, there is body.archive, which is what I want to update -- all types of categories (categories, tags, etc.)
How do I add template-specific CSS so that my entry-date styling only affects the pages using body.archive? I've experimented with different nesting techniques but I'm not having any luck.
I would link the site but the WP site is hidden to the public until launch. Thanks for your input!