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  • In reply to: How to modify the theme using a child theme

    #10834

    Oh ok, thanks, that helps. This example concerns removing the entire object, but how about in those circumstances when say one just wants a particular line to be disregarded inside of an object? The following is how I would do it in the main style.css without a child. How would this be done with a child theme?

    .post-meta p.post-author{

    font:normal 11px tahoma;

    float:right;

    display:block;

    line-height:18px;

    color:#dfedff;

    /*position:relative;*/

    In reply to: This theme looks great in Firefox but…

    #10937

    Oh I’m not saying there are any compatibility issues at all, it’s just an aesthetic observation (for instance purple backgrounds just look smoother in Firefox than in the other browsers I used to check the theme). But now that you mentioned it, it would be nice for these other browsers to support the rounded corners you have implemented. My post was criticizing these other browsers, not your theme.

    In reply to: How to modify the theme using a child theme

    #10832

    ok n/m the last post with the color change, that worked. But the REMming doesn’t seem to work the way I thought it would… perhaps I need to REM out the original stylesheet?

    In reply to: How to modify the theme using a child theme

    #10831

    I also tried the following to change the background color to purple but to no avail

    #content.one_column{

    background:#362942;

    }

    In reply to: How to modify the theme using a child theme

    #10830

    Thanks for posting this.

    So I followed these directions, accurately too I believe, but can’t seem to REM out the RSS button on top. I basically copied your RSS code in the original style.css to this child one, and put them between /* and */. The RSS button still shows…

    Thanks.

    Jason

    In reply to: Comments continue to cascade even when threading is disabled

    #10968

    yes I got it now 🙂 thank you… now for the jaggedness… any ideas?

    In reply to: Comments continue to cascade even when threading is disabled

    #10966

    I get

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘<‘ in /home/content/64/6614464/html/wp-content/themes/graphene.1.0.7/graphene/comments.php on line 96

    In reply to: Comments continue to cascade even when threading is disabled

    #10965

    Could this feature be implemented in your next version?

    In reply to: cascading comments

    #10963

    Hey thanks, and that’s completely understandable. I ask these questions for quick answers if they should happen to have them (or in this case a copy/paste). I’m not asking you to do the coding for me. I would like to put you onto the credits section for helping me out here. Let me know if this is good for you. Since this is nonprofit and I don’t have a budget (not yet anyway), I am unfortunately unable to pay for freelance work at this time.

    In reply to: cascading comments

    #10961

    ok maybe not… heh

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