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  • TommyMarx

    (@tommymarx)


    I’ve been working all day customizing a theme to fit my ideas. I’ve got almost all of the images done, but I’m doing some finetuning. If someone is good at this, I would LOVE some help though on some of my issues:

    1. I have a calendar showing on the sidebar. I’d like to make it center justified instead of left justified, but can’t figure out how to change it.

    2. I can’t figure out how to modify my links section on the sidebar the way I want it. I want a space between each link, no indentation, and ideally the name of the link and then the description on the next <br>.

    Does anyone have experience with this that would be willing to help out a newbie idiot? I would really appreciate any help I could get!!!

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  • citeewurkor

    (@citeewurkor)

    Add this to your stylesheet:
    #wp-calendar, #wp-calendar caption {margin-left: 30px;}

    Centers it up quite well. Be sure to test it cross-browser, though. I can only test it in Firefox with the webdeveloper extension.
    You can adjust the 30px a little either way to get it exactly where you’re wanting it.

    Hope this helps.

    TommyMarx

    (@tommymarx)

    On IE, it moves everything else over 30 pixels too, unfortunately. It moves the links and recent posts over, as well as the post titles. 🙁

    citeewurkor

    (@citeewurkor)

    heh.. of course.. good ol’ IE..

    here’s a couple of other possible solutions:
    put <center> ... </center> tags around the whole table and see if that might center it up for you.

    And since the calendar is located in an unordered list <ul>
    you could try to put the table in a line item and see what happened then. <li> .... table </li>. That would probably scoot it over a little without affecting everything else. But then again, there might be some other style defined for line items in your sidebar that could affect the calendar’s look. I haven’t looked very closely at your stylesheet.

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