Support » Theme: Eisai » Center Blog Page Header title (no post title)

  • Resolved rafaeltsantes

    (@rafaeltsantes)


    Hello,

    so I have already used a CSS code

    h1.entry-title {
        text-align: center;
    }

    for centering the header titles of the rest of my pages and it worked perfectly. The only header title that is not going to the centre is the Blog header title (not the titles of my posts but the title of the page). Could you help me out?

    Any help appreciated!

    Cheers!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Moderator bcworkz

    (@bcworkz)

    Try adding this to the Additional CSS customizer section:

    .uk-container {
        text-align: center;
    }
    .archive-description.uk-margin {
        margin-left: auto;
        margin-right: auto;
    }

    Hello!

    It worked!! Thank you!
    But there is another issue that cause that CSS. The preview text of the blog posts is also centrered and it’s not looking great. Could you provide me with the CSS code for the blog preview posts that ignore the CSS for the blog page header title?

    Thank you very much!!

    In general because I am not that strange with CSS and coding, if you could point me to the right direction on where the CSS lines for the theme are, I could play around with that. I just tried to find in in the theme editor page and I couldn’t tell which line I should twick.
    On that note: I want to change the submenu button (you can find it on the website under “Board Games”. I want it to have a thin black border and I want it to be closer to its parent button. So border and margins I guess…

    Moderator bcworkz

    (@bcworkz)

    Use you browser’s element inspector developer tool to help you identify what CSS is applied to what elements. It’ll also tell you where the applicable rules are located on the site. This tool is how I determined the above suggested rules. I’m unfamiliar with this particular theme. The tool will also let you try out alternative CSS and immediately see the result. Such changes do not persist unless you copy the changes somewhere more permanent.

    You should avoid directly altering theme files. Your changes will be lost when the theme updates. Usually, adding overriding rules to Additional CSS will work for any desired CSS changes. If more extensive changes are needed, you should create a child theme to contain all altered files. https://developer.wordpress.org/themes/advanced-topics/child-themes/

    Thank you very much! I did what you suggested and it worked perfectly!!!

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