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  • That would be these lines in the CSS…

    #bp{margin-left:20px; width:110px; height:110px}
    .bp{HEIGHT:150px; margin:2px 0 0 0}
    .bpt{MARGIN:0px auto; width:150px; height:19px; BACKGROUND:url(images/lt.png)}
    .bpm{MARGIN:0px auto; width:150px; height:110px; BACKGROUND:url(images/lm.png)}
    .bpb{MARGIN:0px auto; width:150px; height:21px; BACKGROUND:url(images/lb.png)}

    Though you’ll need to remove…

    <div class="bp">
    stuff inside it...
    </div>

    from your sidebar to get rid of it..

    Post your sidebar code if you’re unsure…

    Else you can always apply….

    display:none; to the CSS definitions…

    Removing it all together would reduce load time, where as display none still actually reads the code if i remember correctly…

    That would be these lines in the CSS…

    #bp{margin-left:20px; width:110px; height:110px}
    .bp{HEIGHT:150px; margin:2px 0 0 0}
    .bpt{MARGIN:0px auto; width:150px; height:19px; BACKGROUND:url(images/lt.png)}
    .bpm{MARGIN:0px auto; width:150px; height:110px; BACKGROUND:url(images/lm.png)}
    .bpb{MARGIN:0px auto; width:150px; height:21px; BACKGROUND:url(images/lb.png)}

    Though you’ll need to remove…

    <div class="bp">
    stuff inside it...
    </div>

    from your sidebar to get rid of it..

    Post your sidebar code if you’re unsure…

    Else you can always apply….

    display:none; to the CSS definitions…

    Removing it all together would reduce load time, where as display none still actually reads the code if i remember correctly…

    Thanks for the quick reply. Just haven’t had the time to read it before now :b . But looking in the theme folder I have many different .css files. I am guessing it is the style.css I need to edit and not all the other “earth.css”, “fire.css”, “water.css” etc. But in that file I can’t seem to find what to edit. Here is my style.css: http://pastebin.com/m6849c7cc

    style.css has the lines i mentioned, now you can edit them to read…

    (Lines 194 – 198 – in the link you provied)

    #bp,
    .bp,
    .bpt,
    .bpm,
    .bpb{display:none!important}

    Which will effectively hide the element, or you can you physically remove the element that displays the einstein image, as i explained in the second part of my previous reply.. which is likely to reside in the sidebar.php file.

    Thanks – worked like a charm! 🙂

    If you use the display:none, the code is still read by the browser, it’s just hidden, so it will appear for certain old browsers still.

    If you want it totally removed the element will need to be removed from the sidebar file.

    Happy it works for you in any case… 😉

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