Removing the widget headers with custom CSS??

  • katdog8

    #8067

    Hey there- Great theme! I do have a question about using custom css to remove the headers from the widgets. I’ve read most of the materials related to this and I simply can’t make heads nor tails of it. I’ve found some reference to changing the rounded edges, but nothing that actually provides the line of code it would require, so I don’t even know what the widget headers are called to ask them not to display, and then what’s the syntax required for that command? I don’t know. I’m hoping someone can help me with this. The question is this – what is the line or 20 of custom css that I need to use to make them not show up? I have gotten a few of them to not show simply by not adding a title to them, but some (like tags, categories, etc) already have that built in and I can’t take it out….

    Thanks in advance for the time you spend answering this 🙂

    Kat

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #40234
    .sidebar h3 {
    display: none;
    }

    Firebug’s a good tool for this.

    katdog8

    #40235

    I just added that to my custom css field and YES!!!!!!!!!!! THANK YOU! I’ll be sure to check out firebug- thank you so much Syahir.

    katdog8

    #40236

    Ok, I’m gonna apologize in advance for being a pain, but now I see that the content areas don’t seem to have an option to have that shadow that the widgets have and I’d really like to have that there as well (it looks really awesome on the widgets)- how to I accomplish that? It would really pull the look of my site together…

    Thanks again 🙂

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #40237

    I think you want this:

    .post {
    border: none;
    box-shadow: 0 0 5px #0F0E0E;
    }

    Try using Firebug to tweak that code. Josh has a great tutorial here:

    http://www.joshlobe.com/2011/10/using-mozilla-firebug-to-inspect-css-files/

    katdog8

    #40238

    Hey thanks Kenneth- That’s EXACTLY it. Wonderful- thank you thank you thank you. Ok, no more questions from me 🙂

    dpugh67

    #40239

    I love this! I’m just starting to use CSS. I used this thread to solve the same problem. My question is, the sidebars (I have one on each side on my HOME page) are a few pixels lower than the main content. Any idea how I can make that even across the top? Thank you.

    http://www.dwaynepugh.com

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #40240

    @dpugh67

    Please start a new thread for this, as it is a different topic, and people tend not to look at support requests that have been marked resolved.

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