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peex says

If you want to write on your own language at least write the translation of it under your original post. This way others can understand what you wrote and they can benefit from it.

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peex says

entry #3

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peex says

1920×1200 is enough i think. Full HD :)

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peex says
If you plan to make it fine from first time, i suggest to include a reset.css file and then add yours.

The reset wll fix those and other problems you could have without using it.

Here: http://meyerweb.com/eric/tools/css/reset/
Actually, the reset css is located at the top of the css file.
i think the first-child pseudo code will work here make p:first-child{ margin-top:0; }

Hope will work!

edit: do .preview_text p:first-child{ margin-top:0; }

you can also go with minus!

I tested it and that solved the problem:

.preview_text p:first-child {
margin-top:-10px;
}

Just play with negative margin. That’s all.

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peex says
It’s a bit of a hack but try this in your css:
.preview_text p {
font-size:12px;
line-height:23px;
margin-bottom:20px;
margin-top:-7px;
}

I thought that too, giving a margin-top:-5px but is not correct it can mess up things later, I think that the best solution here is to add padding to your image.

.post_image img {padding:5px;}
that’s how line-height works, so is not a bug or something similar – http://grab.by/38To

margin-top:-5px is a good solution and it cant mess things later :)

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peex says

I created a really simple cms for using low budget clients. They can create pages and add news to their site. So +1 for me :)

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peex says

I’m not sure but playing with z-index values might help. Add this to your CSS file.

#navigation ul {
z-index:100 !important;
}
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peex says

I’m sorry no offense but 50 – 50 isn’t fair. Developer not only slice your design and code it with XHTML + CSS , he/she must make it compatible to all browsers. And creating a WordPress theme isn’t that simple. Plus developer has to give some support. So as a developer 50 percent is not fair in my opinion.

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peex says

Here use this contact form and ask them http://www.fontex.org/contact.html

Nice advertisement btw :P

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peex says

Yes I have my own framework too. It helps me a lot when starting a new template. My framework basically has a navigation, sidebar, content area, footer and some theme options.

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