I am trying to get rid of the wide, grey subheader strip on my blog:
When I use Firebug to try to find what code is creating this strip, I see this code:
<div id=”single-block” class=”row”>
<div id=”single-top” class=”twelve columns”>
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is responsible for the grey strip, and the text and star within it. This is in the HTML window. When I delete this section of code, my blog looks exactly as I want it to. But I’m confused about where I can actually delete this code on my site. I know how/where to delete/modify CSS, but I don’t know how to edit HTML code. Does the CSS automatically create the HTML code? Is it the CSS that I actually have to edit?
If anyone could help me understand how to make this edit, I would really appreciate it. My understanding is this is pretty easy stuff when you understand how Firebug works, but I am missing a connection here.
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