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    I’ve a style issue and want to ask the Choices expert where or how to fix.All I need is a simple line break to increase the margin between to divs.

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/600/linebreak.jpg/

    Beside this I’m looking for another solution: Is there a chance to let people use an avatar, at least the editors?

    And a simple one ;-)

    can you tell me which font do you use here @Kriesi (ADD NEW TOPIC) ?

    #107510

    Hi E11,

    I think that issue will be fixed if you turn on gravatars. I’m pretty sure kriesi designs everything with them turned on or at least set to display as blank.

    This will also handle the second part of your question. Go to the WordPress Settings>Discussion and scroll down to Avatars. Select Show Avatars and then choose the default avatar of Blank (or whatever you want).

    If you set up a gravatar at https://en.gravatar.com/ then your account will show that image wherever that email is used and the system uses gravatar images.

    Thats how our images here show up :)

    I believe the font here is just Arial.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #107511

    Hello Devin,

    thank you for your feedback and the hint concerning the avatar.

    I’ve made several changes but it doesnt work.

    I guess I have to add a
    to fix that odd locking overlay.

    Its probable a language issue because the label “antworten” has some more chars than “answer”.

    Thanks

    E11

    #107512

    If we can take a look at the site live we can see what css would adjust the comments.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #107513

    Sure Devin, thats possible.

    May I E-Mail you the Login-Information?

    #107514

    Sure, You can send the information to my email at DevinVinson (at) gmail.com. Make sure to include a link to this topic so that my spam filter doesn’t grab it :)

    Regards,

    Devin

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