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    Ismael, Nick thank you!

    How i can delete ‘Templates’ title on page: http://uniquefreetemplates.com/product-category/free-css-templates/ ?

    How i can add product categories ‘Free Css Templates’, ‘Free Responsive Templates’ to the right sidebar on page http://uniquefreetemplates.com/free-templates/ ?

    #99412

    Hi,

    Do you mean the word “templates’ at top, the title of the page?

    #top.tax-product_cat .title_container .main-title {
    display:none;
    }

    If you mean the title of each product

    #top.tax-product_cat .products .product h3 {
    display: none;
    }


    To add a menu to the right sidebar. Go to Appearance > Menu and create a new menu. On top of menu page there is a button ‘screen options’ which opens up a panel with check boxes. Make sure Product categories, is checked (as well as any others you want to include in future menus) , and add the 2 categories you want to the new menu. save it under a unique name.

    Install Widget Logic plugin, and go to Appearance > Widgets and add the custom menu widget to the sidebar on the page you want to show it on. Use widget logic to make sure the widget only displays on the page you want it to, (read the help file for the plugin , it is simple to use) . Then inside the custom widget you would add the menu you created and save.


    For making customization to your theme’s CSS, we recommend that you install and get to know Firebug ( http://getfirebug.com/css ) and Google Chrome developer tools ( https://developers.google.com/chrome-developer-tools/docs/overview ) browser add-on. Firebug is a free web development tool that integrates into Firefox and Chrome browsers and assists in monitoring, debugging and editing of any website’s CSS, HTML, DOM, and JavaScript files.

    Once installed, this easy to follow video will show you the basics of Firebug – http://vimeo.com/20917974 and get you on your way to customizing your theme like a real pro. It’s 5 minutes long, and by the end you will know how to style anything!

    Thanks,

    Nick

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