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@ sign in Title adds anything behind it in the title to the floating bar

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  • If you are referring to the problem with the twitter box, this is how you fix it:

    Add the following code to the style.css of your ‘CHILDtheme’.

    #dd_ajax_float {
        text-align: left; /*play around with this value*/
       }
    element {
        position: absolute;
        top: 529px; /*play around with this value*/
        left: -490px; /*play around with this value*/
        display: block;
    }

    !!NOTE!!
    ALWAYS Make a backup of your site, before making any changes!!

    1. Use FTP to backup the files.
    2. Make sure to also backup your database.
    3. Use a childtheme to make the changes in:
      Don’t make any changes to a theme itself. Instead make the changes to a childtheme. Should the author of your original theme update the theme, your changes will not be overwritten. Your site with your adaptations will remain intact.
      Suggestion: use the ‘one click childtheme plugin’.
    4. Installed the childtheme? Now activate it.
      Check if things look ‘normal’.
    5. Use FTP to access the files of your site and it’s childtheme.
    6. Use NOTEPAD++ or proper EDITOR [not wordprosessor] to edit css and php.
    7. To make the changes in the CHILDtheme:
      – copy php files / css-file(s) of the original theme [as required] to the childtheme directory and edit them as required.
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