It was suggested to me to post here at .org by the people at .com.
I have some experience with css (also maintain 5 wordpress hosted blogs). Downloaded a copy of Toolbox theme and I am working on modifying the css on my computer. In other words, I do not have a sample to look at online. (It is for nicholasgoebel.com, which is unmodified Toolbox theme at the moment.)
Here is what I am wondering. The css file that belongs to Toolbox contains the following:
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I will be altering the list menu that contains the About and Home links so that it is vertical as opposed to horizontal.
I might not be much help; but with most templates, where a section is placed within the page is not done in the CSS but in one of the PHP files. When I wanted to place my navigation underneath the header instead of above, I had to modify header.php, not the CSS.
The moz/ webkit additions are usually alternate CSS for different browsers, since each browser handles CSS a tad differently. Or in the case of IE, not at all.
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