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  • In reply to: How to implement a template tag


    Thanks Ken that worked beautifully, I tried a few different areas and finally graphene_top_content did the trick. The ad is perfectly positioned above my content without extending into the sidebar. You can see it here.

    Some many great options in this theme, I appreciate the support.



    In reply to: How to implement a template tag


    Here’s more info on their template tag, appreciate the help…

    The “template tag” is the solution to add adzones to places on your website where you can’t use shortcodes or widgets. It allows you to hardcode the adzone into your theme files on the exact location where you want the adzone to be.

    You can find the template tag for each adzone in the advertising menu under Adzones -> Get Code -> Template Tag.

    If you don’t know how to add the template tag into your theme files contact your theme developer, provide him the template tag and ask where it should be added to show the adzone where you want it to be.

    ok, got it to work like this, thanks for your help!

    #linkcat-220 li {
    font-weight: bold;
    font-size: 16px;
    font-family: "Nunito";

    Sorry just noticed that the link widget text header was what was bolded, I was actually trying to bold the text links under the heading instead. Haven’t decided if I want to do the bullets yet but I may play around with it.

    Thanks, I added it to the main theme style.css first to test it and it didn’t seem to work. I also tried adding an !important, am I missing anything else?

    #linkcat-220 h3 {
    font-weight: bold;

    #linkcat-220 h3 {
    font-weight: bold !important;

    Thanks, I used Firebug and confirmed the div id is linkcat-220, not sure where the child theme is to edit it. Is this something I can add to the custom CSS section of Graphene? This is the code from Firebug:

    <div id="linkcat-220" class="sidebar-wrap clearfix widget_links">
    <h3>Featured Link Collections</h3>
    <ul class="xoxo blogroll">
    <a href="">Virtual Volumes (VVols) Links</a>

    In reply to: Graphene Top Bar options


    ok, figured it out, I put this around my img tag and was able to position it where I wanted it

    <div style=”padding:13px 0px 0px 359px; “>


    In reply to: Graphene Top Bar options


    Thank you, figured out how to do it from your tutorial. I added a text widget to display the button. How do I control the placement of it though? Right now it’s up at the very top vertically so it’s not centered with the other icons. Also it showed up on top of one of the other icons, how can I control the horizontal position?

    Thanks again!

    In reply to: decreasing spacing around and between widgets


    Thank you! That did it, kinda knew what needed to be done but wasn’t sure of the div object and setting to do it. I just combined it all into this custom CSS and it works.

    .sidebar div.sidebar-wrap {

    margin-bottom: 8px;

    box-shadow: none;

    padding: 2px 2px;


    In reply to: decreasing spacing around and between widgets


    Here’s a pic showing the space I want to reduce/get rid of so the images are more closer to each other

    [img] photo sidebar_zps77172397.png[/img]


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