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  • in reply to: entry-header aligment #114169

    theKatrinaM
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    I think I achieved it by increasing the top padding.


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    in reply to: entry-header aligment #114166

    theKatrinaM
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    @braddalton Yes I want them next to each other, the way I did it on this site.
    http://besassydemo.blogspot.com/


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    in reply to: entry-header aligment #114162

    theKatrinaM
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    @braddalton I’ll try to figure that out.

    @Kyle_Rumble http://riotcustoms.com/sandbox/


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    in reply to: Home Page Widget Issue #97233

    theKatrinaM
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    I don’t see how what is “populating” in the widget area is the issue. I’m showcasing featured post, which have been done on many of blogs using the Genesis Framework. For some reason in this case it isn’t working, most likely it could have been a coding error on my part. Which is what I’m trying to figure out.


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: Site Feedback Please #85590

    theKatrinaM
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    Looks really solid, just tweak the footer menu a bit.


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    in reply to: Site Creds Not Showing #85582

    theKatrinaM
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    My credit show on my sandbox site but not my actual blog where I’m using the theme at. Any suggestions?


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: Primary Menu Location #82163

    theKatrinaM
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    Thanks! I didn’t think to overlap both menus and the social icons to get that effect. Good thinking.


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    in reply to: Home Widget – Height Issue #82161

    theKatrinaM
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    I removed it as a widget and created it as a photo instead. Thank you for wanting to help.

    http://www.riotcustoms.com – the site is under maintenance.


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: No widget for a display box after post [modern portfolio] #81991

    theKatrinaM
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    I’m assuming it’s located in the widgets area, so that you can place a text widget. So it can show at the bottom of the post right about the author box if activated.


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: Author Box issue with Users #36319

    theKatrinaM
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    Good thinking! I’ll check out the functions file.


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    in reply to: Site Updated #6610

    theKatrinaM
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    the banner is the correct size, I think it’s the browser doing that.

    It’s say riot customs, that’s just how the font display the letter “r’”


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: Round Edges #6601

    theKatrinaM
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    You’re the best Ozzy!


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: CSS Help please? How do I remove text shadow in menu please? #5698

    theKatrinaM
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    My coding is a bit difficult to understand but this should give you a general idea on the hover issue


    .menu-primary li a:active,
    .menu-primary li a:hover,
    .menu-primary .current_page_item a,
    .menu-primary .current-cat a,
    .menu-primary .current-menu-item a, {
    background-color: #fff;
    color: #b2c802;
    }

    I hope this helps
    text-transform: none;


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: How can I make the call to action section a graphic? #5683

    theKatrinaM
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    You can create a graphic background by changing it to

    background: url(image location);

    in that area.


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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    in reply to: CSS Help please? How do I remove text shadow in menu please? #5682

    theKatrinaM
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    I’m not sure what you are referring as far as a shadow effect but have you check the hover css, as in  transform:none; ?


    “People are only supposed to believe the legends not understand them.” Norman Collins
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