version: 3.2.1 (blastoff… little internet humor)
Yes, there is already a Child CSS created.
In the Admin, within the “Reading Settings” parameter, I have “Front Page Displays” parameter set to “Your latest posts”.
Also for the Front Page, I have a background image that is called via the style.css, under #primary. This called image creates a faux border between the left content and right rail, or as WP calls it: the widget (or secondary) area.
Within the Front page, the blog “sample” only displays a little of the text… you can click on the blog link that reads “Continue Reading –>” to view the remainder of the blog (called “Press release” in this example).
If you click on that link “Continue Reading –>” it takes you to another page so you view the remaining text of the blog… however, the faux background image needs to be removed because it interferes with the textual content.
So, my questions is “do I create a new template for posts, and if so, which one?” Or am I missing something all together?
Any gurus care to tackle this question?
Thanks in advance.
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