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  • kwadromat90

    (@kwadromat90)


    Hi everyone,

    I believe there’s simple resolve for my problem. Yet, I couldn’t find it in the depths of Internet.

    I’m working currently on my friends site and wanted to add page like “Whats new?”. So, I decided to make it simple site with posts (like in typical blog). And there’s my problem: text in the post boxes is always moved few lines down and posts overlaps.

    Link to site:

    Looking forward to any solution 🙂

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  • cedcommerce

    (@cedcommerce)

    Hey kwadromat,

    There is the following css under the <style id=”yellow-pencil”> tag:

    #main .entry-content{
    bottom:auto;
    right:auto;
    position:relative;
    top:109px;
    left:-23px;
    }

    just remove the “top:109px;” from this css code, due to this you content goes 109 pixel down from its wrapper.

    Thread Starter kwadromat90

    (@kwadromat90)

    Thank you very much, cedcommerce. Still, I believe I’m complete beginner in WP – and honestly, I can’t find that code in any of templates and css sheet. After disabling Yellow Pages (why did I ever installed it…), it’s better – posts are in boxes.

    Could you please tell me where should I change the code you’ve mentioned above?

    cedcommerce

    (@cedcommerce)

    As I’m seeing now your content in displayed fine (as you said). I don’t know what you did, but it’s fine now. Why you need to remove that code now because whatever you did, the “top:109px;” is not effecting anymore. Whatever you did due to that the following code is now added:

    #main .post-loop-content .entry-content {
        left: -1px;
        top: 0;
    }

    which lets disable the “top:109px;” due to higher priority.
    But if you need to remove that code, it should be possibly in header.php or have a look at functions.php also. If not found yet, then you can write the following code in your style.css:

    #main .post-loop-content .entry-content {
         top: 0px !important;
    }

    Hope everything will be fine.

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