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Some basic layout changes to Manifest theme

  1. I want to make some small layout changes to the manifest theme I am using:
    1. I want remove the blank space left on the page if I do not upload a custom header (there is a huge white area between my menu and the content of the page).
    2. I want to remove the page header text which is repeated below the menu (it is already highlighted in the menu so I don't need this additional header text).
    3. I want to totally remove the search box at the bottom of the them.

    I am a total beginner to CSS so would really appreciate any answers in "for dummies" language :-)
    Thanks

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

  2. 1. I'm not seeing a huge whitespace between the menu and content. I see the page title and what appears to me as a nice amount of whitespace above and below the page title.

    2. This targets only static pages (home, about).

    .page h2.entry-title {
    display: none;
    }

    3. Searchbox gone.

    #footer #search {
    display: none;
    }
  3. On your blog page, add the following to move the date down off the top of the menu.

    .post-date {
    margin-top: 40px;
    }
  4. Thanks for the response.

    I had managed to find a solution to the white space problem by searching the forums so you would have seen the amended page.

    I have used your suggested solutions for the other 2 issues. Just what I wanted, thanks so much, appreciated.

  5. You are welcome.

  6. Hi, thesacredpath, I am also playing around with the minimum theme, same question as 2 above, I want to remove the page header text which is repeated below the menu (it is already highlighted in the menu so I don't need this additional header text). Obviously the code is different for this theme but I can't find the relevant CSS to change to remove this text. thanks

  7. It is best to start a new thread since you are now talking about a different theme and this will confuse people later on. In Minimum, this will do it.

    h1.entry-title {
    display: none;
    }
  8. Thanks again, noted

  9. You are welcome.

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