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[Resolved] CSS Problem with Widget

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  • It looks like it’s actually a background image, not a list-style.
    Try adding this to your styles:

    .irw-slider li {
    	background-image: none;

    Ahhh!!! Thank you SO much, Dustin! You’re wonderful 🙂 This infuriating problem has been plaguing my coding life for weeks. And you’ve solved it. Thank you!! I really appreciate it 🙂

    Would you be willing to help me with one other problem?

    I have WooCommerce installed on the same site. It’s wonderful and I’m happy with the functionality of it. However, the appearance is another matter. I’ve tried to reach out to the developers of WooCommerce but have had no response.

    This is my problem page: http://www.guntoolsystems.com/shop/

    It’s displaying like a simple vertical list of products, but it should be appearing like this: http://www.woothemes.com/woocommerce/

    Any suggestions, my coding hero??

    Thank you and you’re welcome!

    I think you need to add body_class() to your body tag. More info can be found here. It looks like Woocommerce might be dynamically adding the .woocommerce-page class to the body tag. Add the body_tag() function to your body tag like so and magic might happen:

    <body <?php body_class(); ?>>

    To which page should I add this body tag?



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    I’ve deleted that very long list of files/pages – it’s not relevant. The body tag is in the header.php file – and it shows up on every page of any website – it’s a basic, required HTML element – see:


    See the link above for info on the WP body_class()

    It looks like the theme you are using is very outdated and no longer supported or maintained – you really might want to consider using a more current theme.

    Ok, I take it back. I figured out where to add it. But now there is a problem with the sidebar. When you go to this page: http://www.guntoolsystems.com/shop/ or any of the product pages, the sidebar appears down at the bottom of the page instead of on the right side. How do I fix THAT now?

    (Sorry for all the posts)

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