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  • kmurphy

    (@kmurphy)


    Hi again,
    I notice in the index.php that some of the elements have id’s associated with them, for instance <li id=”categories”>. I do not see any style rules named #categories in the style sheet however. Is this so I can create it myself and style away, OR is there something lurking below the php that I don’t see or understand?
    Also (and perhaps this is linked to the above question??), what is the_meta?? “/* classes used by the_meta() */ “. The wiki is a bit bare on this one… I am assuming the classes that effect the UL and other elements in the categories and links are styled by this??
    Thanks

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  • Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    Have a look here:
    http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/1css/
    Yes, you can style everything that appears in the menu as I have so tastefully demonstrated there 🙂
    The ‘meta’ is the postdata – “Filed under blah – by blah at blah time on blah date” that appears under each post.

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