### Step 2 - Fixing the \$oddcomment

If we left our code as it is, on every 'odd' comment, the classes would mess up. To fix this, towards the top of the file (usually line 17), look for:

Edit this to:

Then further down the page (usually line 48), look for:

Edit to:

From the past two edits, we simply removed the class=" " text to stop any conflicts with odd comments.

### Step 3 - Style It!

Open style.css in the theme directory. At the bottom, add the lines:

This will change the border colors on author comments (note that we're editing the author_comment class) to a light-blue color. You may edit this however you wish, but we are simply going for a very subtle approach.