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[Resolved] Removing Table Gridlines

  • I feel like this question has been exhausted, but I did an extensive search and could not find an answer that will work for me. I don’t know much about CSS and our organization recently had a design firm create our theme, so I’m not sure I feel comfortable editing it. I’m looking for a simple way to remove these grid lines at the top of the page. http://www.acpu.net Any suggestions? Thanks so much for your time!

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  • Hi,

    Log in to your site as an admin, and navigate to Dashboard –> Appearance –> Edit. You should see the contents of the theme’s stylesheet (style.css) in the text box (if not, just select the ‘Stylesheet (styles.css)’ link on the right hand side).

    Scroll to the end of the text and add the following as the very last things in the file:

    .entry-content table {
      border: none;
    }
    
    .entry-content table td {
      border: none;
    }

    Now make sure you click on the ‘Update File’ button, and that the new rules are saved.

    Now visit your site. The borders should now have gone (although you may have to refresh the page in your browser first).

    HTH

    PAE

    This worked splendidly! Thank you so much for your thorough instructions. I really appreciate the help! 🙂

    De nada.

    PAE

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