Well, thanks I guess?
I’ve noticed that questions similar to this one, posted in this forum, has gone unanswered for 3 – 4 years now. I eventually figured it out myself, so for those poor individual (now and future) who are also trying to figure out how to do this, here is how I managed to achieve it.
Keep in mind that I’m using Moodle 1.9.2, and that the theme we are using is a third party theme that has been developed for us, so I’m not sure if this will work the same for everyone. (I’m still a noob when it comes to Moodle in case you haven’t noticed ;P)
Anyway, my Theme has 4 separate CSS files, they are: styles_fonts.css, styles_color.css, styles_tabs.css and styles_layout.css
To address point no 1.
In the styles_fonts.css file, there is a section called “Modules:Glossary”, there I edited the “.concept” class by adding “font-size:larger;”
To address point no 2.
In the styles_color.css file, also in the section called “Modules:Glossary”, I edited the “.glossarycategoryheader” class by changing the “background-color” attribute to a color of my choosing.
To address point no 3.
On the server, in the “Mod -> glossary -> formats -> continuous” folder (in my case it was “continuos”, as that is the display setting I chose for my glossary. i.e. “continuous without author” if you have chosen a different display option then find the corresponding file in the corresponding folder) there is a file called continuous_format.php (or whatever format you are using)
In the “whatever”_format.php file, you will find “<div class=”concept”> ….some code and “: </div>”
The colon “:” just before the closing </div> tag is the colon that is displayed in the glossary. I simply deleted it and uploaded the file back to my server.
I really hope someone finds this helpful ;D