Oulipo CSS settings

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  • #531163

    micheleorti
    Member

    Hi, I just moved to the Oulipo theme, and I have a few questions:

    1) at the end of the post, before the comment list, I have the word “sect” before the post title:
    http://mondobalordo.wordpress.com/2010/10/11/che-la-festa-cominci-di-niccolo-amaniti/
    What is it? Is it possible to remove it with CSS?

    2) at the end of the post, before the comment list, I have a ” at the end of the post title, but not at the beginning.
    http://mondobalordo.wordpress.com/2010/10/16/parola-di-bret-easton-ellis/
    Is it possible to remove it?

    3) Is it possible to see post tags at the end of every post when in the homepage? They only appear when a single post is opened.
    Home (no tags appearing): http://mondobalordo.wordpress.com/
    Single post (tags are visible at the end of the post): http://mondobalordo.wordpress.com/2010/10/16/parola-di-bret-easton-ellis/

    Thanks a lot for your help,
    bye

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

    #531353

    hallluke
    Member

    The first two issues are a bit odd. You might be better off getting in touch with the WordPress staff directly and pointing out that these “features” aren’t particularly useful. Attempting to hide them with CSS would either be impossible or ineffective.

    The last one is just the way your theme works unfortunately. Sorry that wasn’t very helpful!

    #531445

    micheleorti
    Member

    Thanks anyway, halluke.
    Another question. I increased the font of the posts, but I cannot find the way to increase the size of the sidebar’s font. Somebody got hints?

    #531458

    hallluke
    Member

    #supplementary .meta {font-size:0.8em;}

    #531459

    micheleorti
    Member

    Great, thanks a lot!

    #531481

    micheleorti
    Member

    Another question: is it possible to move the left menu and bring it somewhere else (for example under the header)?

    #531482

    hallluke
    Member

    One of the main attractions of the theme is the fixed navigation on the left of your main content. It is possible to move it with CSS but most of the other available themes have page navigation located under the header. You might want to see if any of those work better for you.

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