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  • #77561

    Jonas
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    Hi

    How do I make the letters black and the background of the posts white, just like on http://boldanddetermined.com?

    I’ve already tried Firebug, but can’t find any “font”-numbers.
    And don’t know which “background”-number I should change.

    And how do I know what numbers to write? It’s like morse codes.

    Thank you.

    /Jonas

    http://www.jaykaye.com
    #77576

    nutsandbolts
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    I’m a little confused – the site you linked to (jaykaye.com) has black text, and the background is white except for the areas on top of the background image you’re using. Do you still need help with this?


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    #77615

    Jonas
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    Post count: 6

    I don’t see the white background behind the font, like on boldanddetermined.com

    Now the background of the font is invisible, so the background appears.

    On boldanddetermined.com the background isn’t visible around the font, because there is one big white box around it.

    How do I create that white box?

    And also, how do I create the black box around the menus, and make the menu font white?

    Thank you.

    /Jonas

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    #77625

    nunotmp
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    You will need to add a background to either the #content div or .entry div.
    Adding a background to line 387 will result to http://awesomescreenshot.com/00d22a9bbc

    
    .content-sidebar #content, .sidebar-content #content, #title-area {
    width: 65.277777777%;
    background: white;
    }
    

    #77658

    Jonas
    Member
    Post count: 6

    Cool thanks nunotmp. But how do I find line 387?

    Looked for it, but coudn’t find it.

    I see no line numbers in the wordpress editor.

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