Why showing grey background and table borders?

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    Kenneth John Odle



    #content {
    padding-top: 0px;
    padding-bottom: 0px;}

    to your custom CSS.



    Soo close…still a bit of grey at the bottom


    Any suggested tweaks?

    Thanks πŸ™‚



    So when I create the child theme, all of these css tweaks would go in the new styles.css file in the child folder?


    Kenneth John Odle





    But when I set up the child theme and activate, I’ve lost all of my header images, customizations, menu settings, etc. I have to redo them all to use a child theme?



    What I did was:

    1. make a new folder in themes called graphene-child

    2. made a new style.css file and pasted in just what was in the custom css box in my dashboard/graphene options panel.

    3. activated the theme

    4. Clearly there are more steps I need to take given the way it now looks…




    And the background looks different also.

    I’ve read the worpress codex link you sent me and the link to the discussion in the forum.

    I’m pretty sure I did as directed (above) but clearly I am missing something πŸ™‚

    Or is it just the case that you have to start over for menu customization, settings, import media library etc? Gosh I hope not.




    Now I reactivated the regular Graphene theme and it’s gone totally wonky!


    I didn’t make any changes to anything, just reactivated it.




    Activated back and forth…there are now two regular graphene themes in my choose a theme section of the dashboard, and now the normal parent one looks ok again.

    So then the remaining question is…do I have to redo all the customizations…header image uploads, menu settings etc?



    I see from other posts that I do…darn it.

    Thank you for the help πŸ™‚

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