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    Firefox works fine, but when viewed through Safari the text on the lines on the menu headings doesn’t fit in the menu area. It is being forced down a level and falls into the background colour area.

    is there a way to widen the text line dimensions on the menu tabs?



    Can you give us a link to your website / page where this happens?

    The Dude


    Just change the height of wrapper_head. Open style.css – here you’ll find following code:

    position: relative;
    z-index: 100;
    overflow: visible;

    change it to

    position: relative;
    z-index: 100;
    overflow: visible;

    You can set the value of height to anything you like – set it to an higer value so that the vertical separators between each topic don’t reach the blue horizontal bar.

    The Dude


    awesome. Thank, Dude. I will give it a try and let you know.


    Hey Dude,

    Thanks for showing me where on the editor I needed to look. I wanted to change the width of the text margins, so they wouldn’t be dropped down into the colour level; I didn’t want to change the height of the colour background.

    I needed to adjust the width from 95px to 107px on this:

    #top .nav a{




    outline:medium none;

    padding:2px 10px;



    min-height: 35px;



    Glad that you sorted it out.


    Hey Dude,

    while we’re on the subject of altering page appearance through the editor, how can I delete the text, and section with line underneath that is located just under the background colour page heading before the page text starts

    it has a little icon of a house and the link to the homepage with the name of the current page beside it (You are here: Place à l’anglais » Cours)

    Can I get rid of this on the pages altogether? where is it located on the editor?

    Thanks in advance!


    Yes just delete following code in header.php:

    echo '<div class="wrapper" id="wrapper_stripe">';
    if(class_exists('kclass_breadcrumb')){ $bc = new kclass_breadcrumb; }
    echo '</div>';

    If you want to keep the div “wrapper_stripe” because of design reasons, you can just delete following line:

    if(class_exists('kclass_breadcrumb')){ $bc = new kclass_breadcrumb; }

    The Dude


    It worked perfectly. Thanks, Dude!!!!!!!!


    Glad that I could help you.

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