Two Last Issues – Menu and Widget Picture Border

  • rickytherhino

    #5207

    Hey guys,

    Thanks so much for your help thusfar. I have this weird darker colored black bar going across the top of my page. (www.nexusenergycenter.org). Do you know what that is and how to get rid of it? I just switched to using a child theme and then it showed up.

    Also, I have successfully remove the grey border present on all pictures in the content area. However, it doesn’t appear to work for images inside a widget. http://www.nexusenergycenter.org/presentations

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks,

    Daniel

    rickytherhino

    #30793

    I noticed that when I switched to the child theme I lost my page titles…. But there’s nothing in my Custom CSS to that effect.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #30794
    Quote:
    I have successfully remove the grey border present on all pictures in the content area. However, it doesn’t appear to work for images inside a widget.

    That’s because the code you are using is something like this:

    .entry-content table img, .child-page table img {border;none;}

    However, the widgets are outside those two `<div>’s. Try something like this:

    .entry-content table img, .child-page table img, #sidebar {border;none;}

    As for the dark bar, I see your top bar and your menu bar, but nothing else. Is this only occurring if you’re logged in? If so, it’s probably your toolbar.

    Anonymous

    #30795

    You need to remove these codes from your child theme style.css. I’ve added it a long ago to fix the drop down menu colour bug in WordPress 3.3. No use of it now.

    rickytherhino

    #30796

    @Prasanna, thanks. I had forgotten about that!

    @Ken, it still appears to be the same with the grey box..

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #30797

    Sorry…forgot about Graphene 1.7 updates. Try this:

    .entry-content table img, .child-page table img, #sidebar1 {border;none;}

    rickytherhino

    #30798

    @Ken, I tried the code you gave me but it brought all the grey boxes back…

    I did .entry-content img, .child-page img, #sidebar1 {border;none;} and it removed the grey boxes in content but not widgets. This one has me stumped.

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #30799

    I shouldn’t do this when it’s late and I’m tired. Try this one instead:

    .entry-content table img, .child-page table img, #sidebar img {border;none;}

    Can you see the difference in these two lines? I completely missed this the first time around.

    rickytherhino

    #30800

    Still not working… I’m currently putting this in custom CSS. Is that correct?

    Daniel

    Anonymous

    #30801

    @Ken, there is still a semicolon instead of : in img {border;none;}

    Change it to img {border: none;}

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