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    Hello All you late night WordPressers:

    I have 2 questions regarding my website

    #1) On the Home page, I would like the graphic “Green arrow Click& Print….”
    to move down so it is more centered in the yellow space.
    Is this called padding? Please tell me the code I need.

    #2) In the Menu bar I have “Menu One” and “Menu Two”.
    If you go to these pages you will see the words “Menu One” & “Menu Two”
    on the pages.
    I want to delete these words – but how do I do that without changing the Menu headings?
    Thanks for your help!!!

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  • First, you should create child theme, so all your changes remain the same when you update original theme, than:

    1) Easiest way to style it is to add this to your new style.css

    .wp-image-221 {
    padding-top: 25px;

    That way you can style only that image

    2)That’s page title, and it’s always good to have it on a page so people know where they are, but if you want to delete it, add this to your new style.css

    #content .entry-title {
    	display: none;

    Hope that helps. 🙂

    in case, you also have ordinary posts, you can make that more specific by using the body_class() output;

    example to hide the title of just pages:
    .page #content .entry-title { ... }

    Thank you for the info!

    I was successful in hiding/deleting each page title.

    I still am not understanding how to make the graphic “Green arrow Click& Print….”
    to move down. Where do I paste in the
    .wp-image-221 {
    padding-top: 25px;

    I also want to move the Menu One & Menu Two graphics up to butt against the green menu bar (on pages Click & Paste Menu One/Two) pages. Again… is this a “padding” thing?

    Thank you again for this help!

    If you created child template, and imported style.css from parent template (as explained in the child pages tutorial), just add that bit of code I sent you under @import code.

    If you haven’t created child theme, add that code somewhere at the bottom of the style.css. But all your hard work can be lost when you update a theme.

    as for the graphics, add this to your style.css

    .page-id-2 #main, .page-id-239 #main {
    padding: 0;

    AWESOME! Thank you soooo much!

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