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  1. Hi, I would like to position the tags on the bottom of my posts, not the top. It gives away some of the jokes to have them at the beginning...and they don't really make sense until you read it anyway. Is there anyway to change the position of the tags?? Thanks so much in advance,

    DentalD

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

  2. From my amateurish experience, it depends on the theme that you are using. Just use another template with a layout you desire.

    But probably you want to know how to change the layout within one theme, I guess?

  3. Yeah, I don't really want to alter the whole appearance. Like you said I wanted to change it within the same theme. But I really appreciate the feedback.

    Thanks!

  4. @dentald
    Please post the complete clickable URL for the blog you are referring to starting with http:// Then we can begin to help you.

    If you prefer you can link your blog to your username so you do not have to post the URL every time you posts to the forum. It’s very easy to do Dashboard> Users–> Your Profile. Scroll down to where it says ‘Website‘ and fill in the complete clickable URL for the blog and then click ‘Update Profile‘.

    Setting that aside, we cannot edit the underlying templates for our themes at wordpress.com and I am not sure but I don't think the tags can be moved by editing the CSS http://en.support.wordpress.com/themes/editing-themes/

  5. The website is.

    http://www.wingnight.wordpress.com

    I think I have also correctly linked this to my prfile.

    Thanks again ;()

  6. @dentald
    Thanks for posting the URL for the blog in question which is wearing the Black Letterhead theme. If you have CSS editing skills and can work independently, as there is no Staff support for CSS editing, and you are willing to pay for the CSS upgrade every yea, then you can use the forum search box to find out what others have used CSS editing to do. Also note that there is a "preview" function you can use to do test the affects of your CSS editing prior to buying the upgrade. (Your readers will not be able to see what you can see when using the preview function.)

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