I'm having an issue forcing the text color of the header for my calendar to be black. The journal I'm working on is here. Right now, it is stubbornly remaining the default hunter green. I've managed to get all the other headers to conform to black, but the calendar just... won't.
The code I'm using:
I thought .module-header would act as a blanket for all the sidebar headers, but there's something with the calendar. Could anyone help me with this, please?
For a visual example, working within this, I'd like each one of those yellow boxes to be a different color.
Thank you for your help!
.entry-footer a[st_page*="home"] for the share this! link.
Now it isn't working and I am frustrated on how to proceed as I really don't want to use the theme layer because I plan on using this for free layouts.
I love everything about my journal layout except for how messy that looks. I don't understand why the font is in arial and the spacing is weird, so there are two things I want to know:
1) Is there any way to edit this page with the custom CSS? I have looked, but the only comment/reply things I can find are on main page and quick reply comment sections
2) Re the comment reply box, how so I change the style of font people actually see while they're typing their comment? I think the default is Lucia Sans or something, but I'd like to change that if I can (both on this page and main page).
Thanks, guys! :)
Does anyone know a fix for that? Or, if not, a way to hide the Share link altogether? Or, perhaps, how to have both images & text links at the same time like this comm has?
Also, is there any way to switch the comments links (reply, delete, screen, freeze, etc.) to images?
I'm using both a custom theme layer (for this code and this code) and a custom CSS page.
I have looked through the tags but cannot find the answer to three questions.
1. I would like to remove the border in the header of my layout.
2. I'd like to make my main entry text alignment justified.
3. How to change the background image (wallpaper).
http://flockofgulls.livejournal.com is my journal.
I'm using Wedding for Bloggish.
This is the custom text I am using currently:
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Is there a SIMPLE way to fix this ? I am extremely CSS challenged and I would hate to have to give up bloggish and start all over again with my customizations.
My Entry level bullets are not displaying right on a layout I'm working on. This is not the first time I've encountered this, and it seemed like endless tweaking was required to correct it in one, but the exact same code with only the graphic changed does not resolve it in THIS layout. Grr. Also the code for the Alpha link module works perfectly, but in the entry everything displays correctly, but there is still a default dot for the bullet ON TOP of the graphic I specified. What gives?
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For reasons I can't decipher, when viewed in IE, this layout's userpics are appearing in their own column, rather than being wrapped by the text. Halp please?