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Yes, I have, an unfortunately, with their latest update, the times are screwed up. Works ok in the US but not in other countries. For some reason they’ve added a timezone component. WordPress already has this covered. So the two seem to do something that causes the times to change to US times. I’m in Australia. Every thing I enter in there, in Australian times, end up 11 hours earlier (and sometimes that means a day earlier). Not very suitable at all. I’ve gone to their support forum and have found many from other countries complaining of the same thing.
Thanks Anita. Just have to get the Events thing sorted now. Have tried 6 different calendar plugins so far and none have been right. They’ve either not had what I wanted (recurring events) or weren’t working properly. Sigh.
Thanks everyone, I had someone else come up with the answer for me last night and the site is now as I wanted it at http://www.bsbc.org.au.
I like what Anita has done above too.
The instructions I was given worked a treat. Just enter this into the CSS code.
This reply has been marked as private.This reply has been marked as private.March 16, 2013 at 8:50 pm in reply to: Outreach: How do I add something next to the slider? #28409
Thank you. It’s more about understanding/knowing what to do. Looking at code doesn’t mean a lot to me if I’m not understanding what I need to do. I know how to change the colours, font types, sizes, etc. That part I can manage. It’s knowing how to make a widget move to the right hand side of something else that’s existing. In this case the slider in the featured home widget.
I note that many people have asked the same question at these forums relating to the Outreach theme but no-one yet has received a specific answer to explain how to do it. Obviously jbculp above understands what is needed to be done in css but there has been no description here of what it is that actually needs to be done.
All I did was upload the header image in the control panel. I suppose if I add a blank piece to the left of it it will then move it across above the header. I just need to know specific pixel sizes to do it.
I don’t want to play around with coding too much – I’m not a programmer and if I hand this site over to someone else at the church to do things with I don’t want to make the issue complicated. Was just hoping there would be a simple way of getting the logo to show where they wanted it to show.
March 16, 2013 at 4:15 pm in reply to: Outreach: How do I add something next to the slider? #28330
Did you get that sorted dkrause? I’m also trying to find out the answer to this. My text is under my slider and not to the right.
I’ve read many threads here but it seems all the answers have stopped around 13 February. I can’t find any new responses to many threads after this date.