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'Load More Posts' Replaced the Custom CSS I just installed. Refund?

  1. I just bought the CSS upgrade so that I could make the font size for the 'Older Posts/Newer Posts' larger. Now those buttons have been replaced by a 'Load More Posts' button. How can I get a refund for the CSS or change it back to how it was?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. I purchased the Custom Design upgrade and changed my mind. Can I get a refund? Yes. Please check our refund policy on upgrades.

  3. Since you have the upgrade, you can use CSS to remove the 'Load More Posts' button and make the regular navigation links show up again.

  4. Is that allowed?

  5. I've requested a refund. I don't have the CSS expertise to have to constantly respond to these types of updates that override the customization I just installed. That said, what the CSS code to do this so I can reconsider purchasing the upgrade again?

  6. @timethief: Why shouldn't it be?

    @sseverson389: You'll have to wait for a staff reply. (But chances are staff will 'neglect' answering this particular question.)

  7. @sseverson389, may I ask why you would like to remove the Load More Posts button first? Would it work for you to re-style to look of that button?

  8. Mostly a question of page loads for WordAds as I'm involved in that program. It's a question of few hits and ad impressions.

  9. Thanks for the info. I don't think this should be an issue for WordAds. I'll see what additional info. I can find about that for you.

  10. I researched this a bit, and I found that WordAds are currently displayed once at the top of pages, including a home page using infinite scrolling. Note that may not always stay the same and the WordAds team may update that in the future. Also, I appreciate that you've posted a good explanation about why you want to make a change like this.

    To switch from the Load More Posts button to older/newer links in the Enterprise theme, add this to your Appearance → Custom Design → CSS editor:

    #content .navlink {
    	display: block;
    #infinite-handle {
    	display: none;

    It would be cool if you report back whether it has any effect on your ads. I'd be interested in passing feedback like that along to our developers for review.

  11. Plus this:

    .infinite-scroll #content-left {
    	margin: 0;

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