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Removing Code from between Comment box and Comment button in Theme Twenty Ten

  1. Hello,

    Please tell me how to remove the coding that is visible between the comment box and the comment button.

    Thanks in advance!

    The blog I need help with is

  2. I do not help with CSS editing. May I confirm that what you want to remove is the instructions to those commenters with regard to which HTML they can use in comment boxes?
    `You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b>

    <cite> <br /> <pre> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>'</strong></em></pre>

  3. Well that didn't work but I think you will still understand what I meant. We have only 1 Volunteer who will occasionally drop in this week to help with CSS editing so you will have to be patient while you wait. Please be sure to read this before you begin your editing >

  4. Yes, that is the coding etc that I was talking about.
    Thanks for the links to helpful info.
    I will also wait for the volunteer to drop in this week.

  5. @TT: Started trying to predict the future?

    @poshbirdgabi: To remove that thing, add this to your CSS:

    .form-allowed-tags {

  6. @Panos
    It's so fine to see you in these threads. :) TSP is very busy and I didn't look into a crystal ball to find that out. lol ;)

  7. But to tell if Juan or yours truly will help, occasionally or not, or if Luke will be back, or a new volunteer show up, you do need a crystal ball!

  8. The optimist - pessimist tango - this is such fun lol :D

  9. I'm neither an optimist nor a pessimist: I'm a rationalist!

  10. @
    Please, let us remember the "rules of conduct"

    random acts of kindness
    do no harm
    be nice

    do onto others…

    <3 <3 <3


  11. Sorry to all.

    To the original poster (I'm just a volunteer, too),
    We can hope that someone will be able to help you.

  12. Right. Sorry. Sleep now
    Zip the keyboard!

  13. Thanks to everyone for helping.

    The code is good because when I put it into my CSS and preview it, the stuff I want to get rid off does disappear.

    However, when I start using the site as per usual, the thing I want to get rid of is still showing up.

    Note: I had nothing in my CSS before this and this code is the only thing in my CSS.

    Please help!


  14. Have you purchased the CSS upgrade?

  15. No. Didn't know that was required. Sigh...

  16. ok, just saw that it is. planning to migrate blog to another website soon so will just leave with the eyesore until then.

    Thanks again everyone!

  17. Hurray - the new WordPress comment sign-in has fixed my problem! Yay!

  18. What great news! Thanks for returning and sharing it here. :)

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