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[Resolved] Balance Theme CSS Issue

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  • Plugin Author Brandon Kraft

    @kraftbj

    You’d want to add two CSS sections beyond what you’ve done already in your style.css file:

    .enews #subbox {
    width: 115px;
    }


    and

    .enews #subbox, .enews #subbox1 {
    background: none;
    }

    It looks like there is a .home-featured-right input[type=text] rule; you can remove that entire chunk. Everything is being superceded by .enews #subbox or .enews #subbox1 anyhow and would cause conflict with the background:none; .

    Another option is to not use the .enews #subbox rule above and add width: 205px; to the .enews #subbox, .enews #subbox1 rules above.

    Thanks Brandon for your quick response.

    I think, we need to solve the alignment for ‘home’ first. Thus, which one I have to add and remove.

    Plugin Author Brandon Kraft

    @kraftbj

    Well, that was working for the home area, because it adds the arrow. I didn’t notice the sidebar since it was on another page.

    For whichever changes width, use body.home .enews #subbox (or whatnot) to target the home page only.

    Plugin Author Brandon Kraft

    @kraftbj

    In other words, add this

    .enews #subbox, .enews #subbox1 {
    background: none;
    }

    That has no impact on alignment and solves the background issue on both.

    Add

    body.home .enews #subbox {
    width: 115px;
    }

    to change width on home page only fixing the alignment

    Nicely done.

    Thanks for your time.

    Great plugin!

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