Remove Horizontal Lines at Bottom of Page in zBench

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  • #571402

    divineid
    Member

    Hello again.

    I’ve successfully removed the horizontal line at the top of zBench pages, but I can’t figure out how to remove the horizontal line at the bottom. Any help is greatly appreciated!

    Here’s the code I used to remove the top lines:
    #content h2.title {border-bottom:0}
    #content .post-info {border-top:0}

    And here’s a link to my website – http://buskmovie.com

    Thanks,
    April

    The blog I need help with is buskmovie.com.

    #571581

    divineid
    Member

    FYI

    There was a double-line at the bottom, and I at least managed to get it down to a single line, using this code:

    .sep {width:0;}

    #571646

    hallluke
    Member

    #comments {border:0!important;}

    #571649

    divineid
    Member

    Amazing – thank you so much!!! :-)

    #571715

    selcrit
    Member

    How can I remove that rss feed icon on the right? I need just twitter and FB icons over there.
    And also, how can I change the link header leads to?
    Thanks

    http://trutenin.me/blog/

    #571716

    selcrit
    Member

    Did it! :)

    #571719

    divineid
    Member

    Hi, selcrit.

    Glad to hear you figured it out! Would you mind sharing how you put your Twitter & FB icons where the RSS feed icon was? And how you changed the link header leads?

    Thanks!! :-)

    April

    #571722

    selcrit
    Member

    Open header in editor and find following part of code:

    <div id=”wrapper”>
    <div id=”header”>
    <h1>“><?php bloginfo(‘name’) ?></h1>

    All you need to change header link is to replace <?php echo home_url(); ?> with preferred url.

    Twitter and FB icons appear after defining them in optiones. RSS feed may be removed by erasing following part of code from header:

    <div id=”rss”> ”) { echo($options[‘rss_url’]); } else { bloginfo(‘rss2_url’); } ?>” rel=”nofollow” title=”<?php _e(‘RSS Feed’, ‘zbench’); ?>”><?php _e(‘RSS Feed’, ‘zbench’); ?></div>

    #571723

    divineid
    Member

    Thanks! Are you using WordPress.com or WordPress.org? I’m using WordPress.com, so I don’t think I can actually implement all of this. For example, I don’t have any “options” that I can define for social media icons.

    #571724

    selcrit
    Member

    Options are in Control Panel -> View -> zBench Options.

    #571725

    divineid
    Member

    Yeah, you must be using WordPress.org because there isn’t a Control Panel with WordPress.com. Thanks.

    #571726

    selcrit
    Member

    My blog is not either on wordpress.com or .org. It’s on host.

    #571730

    @selcrit, we have no access to the theme PHP files here at wordpress.COM, so we can’t edit header.php or anything.php.

    Since your blog is self-hosted, you need to head over to http://wordpress.ORG/support/ as that is where self-hosted blogs are supported. We cannot help you here as the software here works differently in key respects.

    @divineid, moving the twitter, fb and youtube icons up to the area where the RSS link is would be rather complex. Basically it would require hiding the RSS link and then repositioning the text widget that the icons are in up to that location using position:absolute; and then building a background oval to fit around them.

    #571733

    divineid
    Member

    @thesacredpath – Thanks! Yeah, that does sound like more than I can probably handle right now. I’m still just trying to figure out how to get my dropdown menu items to still show up when they’re “current”… right now, they black out so you can’t see the text unless you mouse over them. Gah!

    #571734

    I’m seeing the text on the tabs in a lighter grey so they are visible, so it looks like you found it.

    #571735

    divineid
    Member

    No – unfortunately, the problem still exists. If you click on the About tab, and then go to the dropdown to view the associated pages of that section, you can’t read the labels unless you mouse over them… :-(

    #571736

    timethief
    Member

    FWIW I’m visually impaired and I can see these links without any difficulty.

    #571751

    Give this a try.

    .nav li.current-menu-item:hover a, .nav li.current_page_item:hover a {
    color: #ABAAAA;
    }
    
    .nav li.current-menu-item a, .nav li.current_page_item a {
    text-shadow:none;
    }

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