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  1. Hello! I'm going mental here trying to remove or change the color of the thin pink underlines between the categories in the sidebar and I haven't had any luck. Would appreciate a little help?


  2. The code below should do it but next time include a link to your blog and it will be easier for volunteers to help.

    #sidebar .widget h3 {border:none;}

  3. Thanks for the fast response. Still not working though :/

  4. Would also appreciate a little help for removing the underlined links. I've read a few threads with the same problem and tried changing the text decoration to 'none', but nothing's changed...
    Sorry for the inconvenience!


  5. I can only see tags in your sidebar and no pink lines anywhere, so I assume that problem is fixed. The line of code below will remove underlines from your links and also from the nav bar items when they're hovered over.

    a, div#pagenav a:hover {text-decoration:none;}

  6. Hi. some neat stuff here though id managed to struggle through finding some bits before i admitted defeat and came here.

    odd request. Im looking to add a little avatar at the end of my tag line on the header. tried a few things and nothing really worked though in all honesty i have no idea what im doing.

    any help would be much appreciated.


  7. I don't think you can enter HTML in the tagline entry box. One way to achieve something similar would be to upload your image in a widget in the sidebar and then reposition it using CSS.

  8. ok i managed to put the image in the side bar as a widget and then used the code below to move it, which seems to work. just wondering if theres any bits i can strip from it to make it cleaner.

    #image-4 {
    position: absolute;
    top: 5px;
    left: 250px;

    ALSO the image sits perfectly for me viewing the page with the grey dashboard thing above it, but when looking at the page without it it sits out of line. even if i move it to 0px it sits out of place because when the black banner moves up it doesn't.

  9. figured it out. just needed to turn it to a minus number... though how you get a minus top i dont know but it worked, just doesnt look so pretty for me anymore.

  10. You can use the code below to specify a different image position for logged-in users who will see the wpcombar at the top of the screen. Also be careful about using pixels to specify the horizontal distance, try a percentage value instead. Re-size your browser to see what I mean.

    body.logged-in #image-4 {}

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