I'd like to change

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  • #2994075

    ppstaking
    Member

    On the front page: https://ppstaking.com/
    Iid like to change <div class=”entry-summary”>
    <p>We offer staking to online NLHE cash game players at all table stakes (micro’s to high stakes). We cover your losses for a 60%/40% profit split (you get the 60%!), and profits are split every month! For example: We stake you at $25NL. You win $250 for the month (including rakeback and bonuses). You receive […]</p>

    in to; <div class=”entry-summary”>
    <p>We offer staking to online NLHE cash game players at all table stakes (micro’s to high stakes). We cover your losses for a 60%/40% profit split (you get the 60%!), and profits are split every month! </p>

    What CSS code do I need to enter in to the CSS editor to do this?
    Thanks

    The blog I need help with is ppstaking.com.

    #2994261

    Hi there, what you want to do is edit that post and create a custom excerpt as explained in this support page.

    #2994319

    ppstaking
    Member

    Aha.
    Now, how do I edit that excerpt so it centres. I’ve tried and failed with

    p {
        left: 0;
        right: 0;
        margin: auto;
    }

    and

    p {
       text-align: centre;
    }

    #2994324

    This will center the text in the excerpts on the main page.

    .blog .entry-summary p {
      text-align: center;
    }

    #2994333

    ppstaking
    Member

    Thank you. I nearly had it.

    div.entry-summary p {
      text-align: center;
    }

    Also seems to work? I find that more intuitive, to find in the inspector.

    #2994337

    timethief
    Member

    @thesacredpath
    [off topic] I was unaware that gambling sites were allowed here. Will you please see to it that the types of blogs support doc is updated to reflect that? Thanks, in advance. [/off topic]

    #2994344

    ppstaking
    Member

    I feel like it is unreasonable of you to hijack a CSS thread with a comment like this, knowing full well we would read it. I find it hard to believe that your motivation for doing this is positive in any way. We feel obliged to reply, as we do not wish to painted as something we are not.

    We are not a gambling site. We are a poker site. Not that it says anywhere that ‘gambling sites’ aren’t allowed on that link or in the terms and conditions.

    In Colorado, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, judges and juries have determined that, the skill elements override the chance factors and that, in legal terms, poker is not gambling. There are articles in the New York Times and various other reliable sources showing this information.

    It could easily be proved statistically beyond doubt that poker skill elements override the chance factors by pooling a significant number of hands from professional players, but with the exception of rare large law suits, there doesn’t seem any interest to do so.

    Though of course there are moral issues surrounding playing poker, it shouldn’t be considered particularly different from investing in any speculative asset, such as buying a house or ‘investing’ in the stock market.

    I spend so much time in poker circles, that while I’m naively enjoying playing around and learning CSS from the kind people on these forums, I forget it can be tainted by some ignorance of the general public towards poker.

    #2994459

    @timethief, the Types of Blogs page is being phased out, so from now on, if you could refer people to the User Guidelines support page instead, that would be great.

    #2994460

    @ppstaking, our Terms of Service team is reviewing your content and they will reach out to you by email if they need you to take any action or make any changes.

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