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    Hi everyone 🙂

    I’m struggling for cash really badly otherwise I’d pay someone to help me with this.

    I’ve created a child theme for Twenty Eleven and would like to modify the theme
    to make some relatively simple changes.

    I’ve screenshotted the site and pointed out changes that you can see here:

    Any help for any of these tasks would be greatly appreciated!

    1) Remove everything above the header image (the image will be at the very top, instead, with nothing above it anymore)
    2) I added a border around posts by adding .post { border: 2px solid #000000; } to my css file but it did not complete under the post – not sure why.
    3) Would like to remove the quote box inside of the post.
    4) There’s padding or something between the post area inside of the content area and the edges – I’d like to remove that.

    Thank you so much!

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  • 1.) Go to your theme settings, (Design > Kopfzeile > Text anzeigen) or (Appearance > Header > Display Text) and set it to no… does that work for you?

    2.) Pls try to add more text to your posts… ive tested your css and it works finde in my test child theme… or post your blog url…

    3.) Add to your childtheme style.css

    .entry-header .comments-link a
      display: none;

    4.) Add to your childtheme style.css

      margin-left: 0;

    Thank you for the response!

    1) Worked perfectly, thank you!
    2) I added more text but unfortunately that did not solve the problem. Blog url is
    3) Worked perfectly, thank you!
    4) This unfortunately did not work. 🙁

    2.) ok is see the problem… pls add a second post… the second one should be nice… pls try

    .post, .hentry:last-child, .no-results
      border: 4px solid #999999;

    4.) pls try

      margin-left: 0 !important;

    2) That worked great, thank you for the help!
    4) Right before you replied I used this:

    .one-column #content {
    	margin: 0 3%;
    	width: auto;

    Originally was this:

    .one-column #content {
    	margin: 0 7.6%;
    	width: auto;

    Thank you so much for your help – I appreciate it a lot!

    You’re welcome!

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