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Twenty Eleven: Page Sidebar Template Remove Bottom Border

  1. Hi - I have CSS upgrade.

    I'd like to change my parent (and perhaps other) pages from "default" to "sidebar" template, but testing shows that it has the border-bottom that shows with posts on the main page, this:

    .hentry {<br /> border-bottom: 1px solid #CBD8F4;<br /> }

    I don't know what to target to make

    .hentry {<br /> bottom-border: none;<br /> }

    for sidebar template. Or is there anything else that would work?

    Thank you!

    The blog I need help with is sensuousinkspiller.com.

  2. Note that you reversed the order of the words from border-bottom to bottom-border in your example. Try sticking with the exact phrase "border-bottom" to see if that works.

    If you continue to have trouble, please post a link showing an example we can take a look at.

  3. No, I typed it incorrectly in the code here, I typed it correctly in the CSS. I need to know what has to be targeted for hentry for the sidebar template, only, not for the overall site.

    Here is an example: http://sensuousinkspiller.com/ephemera/

    See the line? I also see the little "edit" box, which I don't see on default template pages. (It happens whether on a page that enables or disables comments.)

  4. Ah, an example is always so helpful! You should always include an example link whenever possible. :)

    Here is the CSS you're looking for:

    .page-template-sidebar-page-php .hentry {
    	border-bottom: none;
    }

    Also, watch out for the order of the words. In your example above, the border rule in the 2nd code block you posted is incorrect. It should be "border-bottom" not "bottom-border." I see that your question isn't about that specifically, but it was just something I wanted to mention for other people who may read this thread later.

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