I’ve been trying for an hour to fix this problem with no luck, which I assume is a simple thing.
Currently at my new site http://www.bratislavaaudiotour.com I have the website name or title appearing on top of the banner image.
How do I hide it?
I’m using the “Travel Blogger” theme, and I’ve tried some of the tips others have mentioned in other posts but none work. I’m scared messing around with the website’s code as I don’t really know what any of it does.
Is there a simple way to make it hide the title text? I’m assuming this must be a very common problem if muggins here has it!
to find the specific css selectors for your theme, try working with a browser inspection tool such as Firebug.
Thanks for your response. I don’t have Firefox, and I don’t have the time or energy to learn to use a browser inspection program (whatever that is) so I’ll try playing around with codes and things. I mean, what could go wrong?
Ok, I tried putting “display:none” into the h1 thing:
padding:5px 0 6px 10px;
That did nothing, so I’ll remove it and try putting it somewhere else.
I feel like I’m playing with fire here, and I’m genuinely surprised the designers of the theme didn’t just put a tick-box there for this problem.
Ok, take two.
Hmm. I’ve tried adding “display:none” on “Travel Blogger: Visual Editor Stylesheet (editor-style.css)”
But again, that did nothing. I’ll see if I can find any others to fiddle with.
I don’t have the time or energy to learn to use a browser inspection program (whatever that is) so I’ll try playing around with codes and things.
then consider to ask your question at a css forum like http://csscreator.com/forum
helping with fundamental formatting problems is not within the main scope of this WordPress forum.
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