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Remove border lines in DePo Masthead

  1. Hi all! Does anyone know how I can write a CSS code that removes the border lines in the theme DePo Masthead? I would also like to remove the "archive" and "rss feed" links at the bottom of the page.

    The blog I need help with is theobsessiveimagist.wordpress.com.

  2. The archive and RSS feed links you can get rid of by creating a custom menu and then including only the things you want in the menu.

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/

    When you say "remove the border lines" do you mean ALL lines in the site?

  3. Thanks @thesacredpath! I have a custom menu (from which I have removed the "Archice" and "RSS" links) but I am looking to remove those options from the footer boxes below each page. You can check out what I mean here: https://theobsessiveimagist.wordpress.com/

    And, yes, I am interested in removing at least the border that goes around my main post, if not all the border lines (even those around the footers . . . though an ideal situation would be to just find a way to remove the footer altogether!). Does that make sense?

  4. That is the RSS links widget in the right hand bottom bar. Go to appearance widgets and if there are no widgets that you have installed in that right bottom bar, then just add the search widget to that bottom bar and the other one will disappear. If the RSS links widget shows in that bottom right bar, then just remove it.

    The following will get rid of all the lines. If you want to keep the lines between the widgets at the bottom, then don't use the center bit and just use the first and the last bits.

    #container .sleeve, #page #sidebar .sleeve {
    border: medium none;
    }
    
    #sidebar {
    background: none repeat scroll 0 0 transparent;
    }
    
    h1.name {
    display: none;
    }
  5. That worked perfectly! Thank you! Can I trouble you with one last question? Do you know how I could change the color of my header/menu text? Right now it is a burnt red/black and I would like to change it to orange or something of the like. Thanks!

  6. The first (long) one takes care of most of the site titles and the second one takes care of the "hover" color on pages where the site title links back to the main page. The first color code is an obnoxious green I used just for checking and the second color is the original hover color.

    #container h1.sitename, #container h1 a, #container h1 a:link, #container h1 a:visited {
    color: #44FF44;
    }
    
    #container h1 a:hover, #container h1 a:active {
    color: #CC0000;
    }
  7. That changed the title color quite well, but I am still hoping to edit the menu color (the color of the headings: about me, resume, blog, etc.). Sorry to keep bothering you!

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