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  • drkenrich

    (@drkenrich)


    Actually it’s on all my pages.

    I’m brand new and NOT a programmer, but I’ve worked with .html for several years so I’ve come to understand most parts, just not the details.

    I’ve transported my site from
    http://victimsreliefinc.com/index.html to
    http://mobile.victimsreliefinc.com/index.html to get responsive menus to finally
    http://blogsite.victimsreliefinc.com/ to update to WordPress for the future.

    After lots of research, different format changes, and trying to tweak what I could I still have two problems. I’ll post one here and the other in another post.

    On every page you’ll see a line above the page title. First, I hide the permalink title and use a Title Block I created. It starts as an h1 title, but ends up a regular paragraph for the size and color effects. I can live with that, but would appreciate how to either change the Title Block for color and weight or set my block as h1.

    My real desire is to get rid of the line and space above the title. In searches I found code to use as

    .entry .entry-title:before {
      display: none;
    }
    

    .entry-title:before {
    opacity: 0;
    }

    .entry-title {
    display: none;
    }
    

    h1.entry-title {
    display: none;
    }
    and
    `.header.entry-header {
    display:none;
    }

    I followed directions to “inspect” the element and tried to fit that in the above with no result.

    None of them work on that line.

    Hopefully the links and information here will be enough for an expert to tell me precisely what to put into the “Additional CSS” section to fix this.

    Thank you in advance for any help.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Moderator t-p

    (@t-p)

    You’re using a commercial theme. For commercial product support please contact the author directly on their site. We feel they are best equipped to support their products.

    https://my.studiopress.com/themes/altitude/

    Forum volunteers are not given access to commercial products, so they would not know why it is not working properly.

    Commercial products are not supported in these forums.

    websprout

    (@websprout)

    Hi,
    You can try to see if the following codes work (in the additional css section):

    
    entry-header::after {
        border-bottom: none;
    }
    
    drkenrich

    (@drkenrich)

    Thank you. It makes sense, “After” vs “Before”. I put it in Additional CSS, but it didn’t make any difference.

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by drkenrich.
    websprout

    (@websprout)

    Sorry… there should be a . before the code, it should be like:

    
    .entry-header::after {
        border-bottom: none;
    }
    

    Hope it works now.

    drkenrich

    (@drkenrich)

    That worked. Thanks.

    In the mean time, in case anyone else wants a work around. I opened the page in Chrome (others work. too) and put the cursor om the line (element I wanted to examine) then right clicked and selected Inspect at the bottom of the pop-up menu. It opens a right sidebar detailing the formatting script.

    It took several tries to figure out what I was doing before I found I could take the class=”name” and put it into the Additional CSS as .name { display: none; } and that worked too.

    I really don’t know the details of what I do. I just try to see lots of other examples, copy as closely as I can, then test slowly with backups.

    Thanks, everyone.

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