Add block on sidebar

  • loobyz

    #1599

    Hello,

    I want to add some block on right sidebar. For this parts, it’s ok. But there is a title above the block and I don’t want it. It’s possible to do that?

    Moreover, I have a another question. I read it’s possible to change color on the “menu” (black/grey) and I don’t find this option. It’s possible?

    Thanks

    Ricardo

    #16444

    So you only want the white square in the sidebar? Have you tried leaving the ‘Title’ space for the widget empty? For me, if I add a simple text widget, and leave the ‘title’ space empty, the only thing I get is a white square in my sidebar.

    Yes, it is possible to change the color of the menu bar, I recommend making a child theme first: https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/how-to-modify-the-theme-using-a-child-theme#post-54

    Then read this post: https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/change-font-size-and-color-in-menu-bar

    Ricardo

    loobyz

    #16445

    Great, it’s work 🙂

    For the color change, it doesn’t work. However, I have created the style.css file and I try to change the colors but it doesn’t change.

    Ricardo

    #16446

    Could you please post a link to your site, maybe I can see what is going wrong. Also, do you use a caching plugin? (like W3 total cache)

    loobyz

    #16447

    Here the site : http://blog.hddesign.fr/

    In fact, when I actived the child theme, my background is gone.

    No, I didn’t use no plugin

    loobyz

    #16448

    and here is the file “style.css”. It’s child theme file.

    /*
    Theme Name: Graphene Child
    Template: graphene
    Version: 1.0

    */
    @import url("../graphene/style.css");
    /* Your modification goes here */

    /* Top level header menu, default state */

    #header-menu > li > a {
    color: #09C403;
    line-height: 16px;
    padding: 9px 10px 10px;
    }
    #header-menu > li > a > span {
    display: block;
    font-size: 11px;
    color: #55E1D3;
    }

    /* Top level header menu, hover and current state */

    #header-menu > li.current-menu-ancestor > a {
    color: #D10564;
    }

    #header-menu > li.current-menu-ancestor > a > span {
    color: #0505D1;
    }

    Ricardo

    #16449

    Have you tried putting the whole code in the child theme like this?

    /*
    Theme Name: Graphene Child
    Theme URI: http://example.com/
    Description: Child theme for the Graphene theme
    Author: Your name here
    Author URI: http://example.com/about/
    Template: graphene
    Version: 1.0
    */
    @import url("../graphene/style.css");
    /* Your modification goes here */

    Update: I tried your code, but for me it also didn’t work.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #16450
    Quote:
    In fact, when I actived the child theme, my background is gone.

    This is a default WordPress behaviour. It treats a parent theme and a child theme as two different themes, and custom header and custom background settings are associated with themes. So when you activate a new theme (in this case a child theme), the custom header and custom background settings are reset.

    Btw, your custom header is super cool!

    loobyz

    #16451

    Thank you Syahir… This theme graphene is really interesting…

    I’ll open another post because I have a question about the comments …

    How to reduce the size of “Make a Comment” and how to remove small tools to make the text formatting when you want to comment …

    Thank you

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