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A glitch of an icon in The Columnist

  1. At the bottom of single-post pages (e.g., http://musicuratum.com/2013/03/31/a-status-report/), on the right-hand side, there's something tall and narrow which looks like an icon of some kind; what could it be, and how to get rid of it?

    The blog I need help with is musicuratum.com.

  2. Not seeing anything on the page you reference on the right.

  3. It's a vertical scrollbar to the Likes section. It may or may not show up, depending on the browser and the viewing size. Try adding this:

    .post-likes-widget {
        height: 5em;
    }
  4. Thank you, that removed it.

    Since we're dealing with the "likes," do you happen to know the CSS handle of the "like" button and also of the line of text "x number of bloggers like this"?

  5. You're welcome.

    I don't really "know", I find As I suggested in another thread, you'll be able to answer such questions yourself if you learn to use Firebug.

    There are mulitple selectors; which one you should use depends on what you want to change.

    For the Like button, the selectors are
    .sd-content wpl-likebox
    and
    a.sd-button
    and
    .wpl-button a.sd-button span
    and
    .wpl-button a.sd-button span:before

    For the likes count, the selectors are
    .wpl-count
    and
    .wpl-count span
    or
    .wpl-count-text

  6. Thanks for those, I'll study them.

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