JestersTear

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  • in reply to: Eleven40 Pro Nav Bar Height #72523

    JestersTear
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    min-height only changes the minimum height of what you’re targeting, ie it will never be shorter than 40px, but it can always be taller if it needs to be. You would have to use height if you wanted to specify a fixed height, or max-height if you want it to be no taller than X amount of px.

    This poses the problem of the site’s name being in two lines and therefore getting cut off. To fix that you’d need to find .title-area and, where it says width: 320px; change the width size so that two lines can become one.

    Hope this helps!


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Problem with navigation #72521

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    First of all you need to clear all floats on your secondary navigation bar so that it doesn’t feel tempted to occupy more than what it should. Find .nav-secondary { and add clear: both; to it as in the example below:

    .nav-secondary { 
    	clear: both;
    }

    (Please add clear: both; to the rest of the code that’s under .nav-secondary {, don’t delete what’s already there.

    After that, if you want the space next to the primary navigation to show the background, you need to find .site-container { and remove the line that says background: #fff;. Now the rest of your site is transparent so, to bring the white back in, add background: #fff; to .site-inner { and you should be good.

    Let me know if you run into any issues!


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

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    in reply to: Help Needed #21761

    JestersTear
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    You’re welcome Thomas. As to me being quick, you might not realise this, but this isn’t an official StudioPress support forum, and I (and about 99% of the people who are here helping out) am not a StudioPress employee. We’re StudioPress clients (like yourself) and aficionados who like to help out whenever possible.


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Help Needed #21749

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    First of all, you should space out your code. Right now you have

    .genesis-nav-menu a {
    display: block;
    padding: 24px 20px;
    padding: 1.5rem 1.25rem;
    position: relative;
    }.genesis-nav-menu a:hover {
    background: #000;
    color: #fff; }

    Hit enter twice between the first closing bracket and the dot so that you have:

    .genesis-nav-menu a {
    display: block;
    padding: 24px 20px;
    padding: 1.5rem 1.25rem;
    position: relative;
    }

    .genesis-nav-menu a:hover {
    background: #000;
    color: #fff;
    }

    Now, change the last bit of code to read:

    .genesis-nav-menu a:hover,
    .genesis-nav-menu li a:hover,
    .genesis-nav-menu li:hover a {
    background: #000;
    color: #fff;
    }

    and you should have white links on a black background.


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Independent Image Carousel in widget #21496

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    You’re very welcome, glad I could help! :)


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: where to change 'read more' colour? #21076

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    If you search for all instances of #e04b4b and replace them with your desired colour, all the reds should change.


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Mouse over colour #21073

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    Just below that entire block (after the closing bracket) add the one I gave you. :)


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Independent Image Carousel in widget #21018

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    Try using the Cyclone Slider 2 plugin, it should fit all your needs. :)


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: where to change 'read more' colour? #21016

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    In your style.css find all instances of .executive-red that have the red you want to replace (the hex code you’ll be looking for is #e04b4b) and insert in your desired hex code. So, basically, find and replace #e04b4b with the red you do want.


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Mouse over colour #21015

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    Style .genesis-nav-menu a:hover and you’ll be good to go. For example:

    .genesis-nav-menu a:hover {
    background: #000;
    color: #fff;
    }

     


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Customize Footer Metro Theme #20920

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    I was trying to help before realising that it’s the forum hopelessly mangling code, instead of a specific mistake in the code itself. Will come back if I think of something useful!


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Metro Theme: Change Hover Color on Social Links #20847

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    a:hover.social-buttons {
    color: #333;
    }

    ;)


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com


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    Yes, Jetpack is connected to WordPress.com on a subsite-by-subsite basis. I’m by no means saying this is the only solution, but it was the first that popped to mind. I’m in the process of creating my own multisite network, so if I come across a better way I’ll revisit this thread. :)


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com


    JestersTear
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    Have you considered activating Jetpack and using its Edit CSS module? It seems like the easy solution here, although I’d advise that you copied your edits onto a text file as backup.


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

    in reply to: Everything Is Responsive Except Header Image – What Gives? #17390

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    Nick The Geek’s Genesis Responsive Header plugin should solve all your woes. :)


    Monica | jesterstear on twitter | monicaguerraleiria.com

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