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CSS liquorice allsorts

  • Hello, I had to change the theme of my blog because 2.2.1 doesn’t support K2, I don’t know much (nothing) about css and I am trying to change the colors to the liquorice allsorts theme – I tried to do it in the theme editor but nothing shows, what am I doing wrong? thanks for suggestions

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  • ehm, I found more or less how to modify the colors, can anybody suggest how to insert an image in the (empty) top corner on the right? THAT I won’t be able to figure out. Thanks!

    It usually helps to provide a link to at least the theme if not the site it’s on.

    hmm I am running 2.2.1 and K2 just fine.

    sorry — http://liquorice.monomo.co.uk/

    K2 basically I can’t unzip –

    maybe someone with better skills could give you a different answer but this is how I finally managed to get a header image in there

    Look for this

    The Header & Motto === */
    
    .header_liq h1 {
    
    float:left;
    	font-family: Georgia, Times, serif;
    	font-size:3em;
    
    line-height:1.1em;
    	font-weight:normal;
    }

    and then add

    .header_liq{
    background:url(images/LIQUORICE_ALLSORTS.jpg);
    
    }

    substituting your own image name and having first uploaded your image to the theme image file.

    Here is how it turned out for me

    http://www.breadnroses.ca/aprilssandbox/

    thanks a lot 4K, it works 🙂 http:// http://www.factorygirl.org/factoryblog

    perhaps somebody can also suggest me a solution for two other css issues : the “about” tag, supposed to be on top left, has disappeared, and all the sidebar colors look the same as the first one – this happened after I inserted items in the sidebar widgets in the WP dashboard 🙁 big mistery for me — ????

    Hi! Very good piece of advise, it also worked for me. You can check on http://emorevs.com/pruebita/ (it’s a test version, btw)

    What I don’t know how to do is to get the header right to the top. Or at least reduce that white space over the header image.

    What do you suggest?

    Thanks!

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