Remember never edit any files directly in the theme. Make sure all of your customizations come from a Child theme, or you’ll never be able to update the theme.
In this theme, you can find the structure for the content of single posts setup with the file
content.php as outlined in this table:
So, to edit, you’d simply copy
content.php to your Child theme. This is where you’ll find the
And all of your CSS edits should go in the
custom.css of the sample Child theme included with your theme as outlined in this video.
For CSS changes, it’s a good idea to use a tool like firebug or Google Chrome’s built-in developer tools to locate them and then put the edits either in your child theme or in the “Custom CSS” option on your theme options page.
Also, here’s a helpful tutorial on how to use Firebug – http://vimeo.com/20917974. The only thing I’d suggest not doing is actually making edits to the theme’s CSS files, as it shows at the end of that video. However, the video serves as a good introduction to Firebug and how it can be used to find what CSS is effecting certain areas of your site without ever digging around in any files.