August 28, 2012 at 12:35 am #15765
I would like to make a design tweak. If you could let me know how I can achieve this, I would greatly appreciate it. If you visit this page, you will immediately see exactly what I am trying to do: http://returntopainting.com/?page_id=46
In a nutshell: I am creating Pages. I am not using the Slider- I just want to go directly into the Page’s text. On the “no sidebar” Post layout, I would like to:
– remove the Title (the Title of the Page)
– remove the thin horizontal line that runs all the way across the page
– move the text up, so there is very little white space above the text
I tried editing the index.php page, the loop-page.php, and the loop-index.php page, with no luck. Which Coherence file should I be editing?
If you could let me know how to achieve this, I would greatly appreciate it! Thank you.
PhilAugust 28, 2012 at 12:41 am #88920
You can add this on your custom.css
Everything will be what you want.
IsmaelAugust 28, 2012 at 1:06 am #88921August 28, 2012 at 1:26 am #88922
I am worry to pester you again. I am working with WPML. The custom.css change works perfectly on the default English version, but on the foreign language versions, the title and the thin line are still there, as if no changes had been made to the custom.css. I may have to edit an actual file, perhaps a php template. I’d just like to comment or delete out the span line and the H1 header. Is this possible, or can these changes only be made through CSS? Again, I greatly appreciate your help, and I am sorry to bug you. Thank you.
PhilAugust 28, 2012 at 6:35 am #88923
I’m not sure why it’s working on foreign language versions, but try to use this code instead:
display: none !important;
If this doesn’t work, can you use the foreign language version and post the link to that page (if the link is not the same as you have given above)
IsmaelAugust 28, 2012 at 9:47 am #88924
Thank you for your support. I think one solution is the following. Instead of placing the CSS code in the Coherence theme options CSS field, instead place the CSS code inside the WPML CSS field, in: WPML > Languages > Language switcher options > Additional CSS.
When your original CSS code is added in here, the change takes effect perfectly across languages, without having to use “!important”.
Ismael, and everyone at Kriesi, than you for producing wonderful themes, and thank you for your excellent support. Have a very nice day today.
PhilAugust 28, 2012 at 9:54 am #88925
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