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SashaBlack says

Hey guys anyone help please!

How do I change the color and the font color of my reply comment button?

http://alltechguru.com/store/parts/8020-metal-package/#comments

scroll down to see what I’m talking about!

thank you!

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chrisakelley says
Hey guys anyone help please!

How do I change the color and the font color of my reply comment button?

http://alltechguru.com/store/parts/8020-metal-package/#comments

scroll down to see what I’m talking about!

thank you!

change the background color on this

line 387 in your style.css
        .comment-reply-link                                   
 { width: 50px; height: 25px;
line-height: 25px; display: block; position: 
absolute; right: 10px; top: 10px;
background: #666; 
text-align: center;
 -webkit-border-radius: 2px; 
-moz-border-radius: 2px; 
border-radius: 2px; }

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al_m473 says

use Firebug in Firefox, then do an Inspect

this will pinpoint the css code that determines what is setting your css elements

Al

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SashaBlack says

thanks to all

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SashaBlack says

heres another question for you!

How do I remove ex: http://alltechguru.com/about/

The “About” ? right above the picture!

Every page has that except for my store, (Pilot Pro, Projects, Gallery & Testimonials, etc, ) and I don’t really like it and want it not to show there!

Please advise!

SS

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crozer says
heres another question for you!

How do I remove ex: http://alltechguru.com/about/

The “About” ? right above the picture!

Every page has that except for my store, (Pilot Pro, Projects, Gallery & Testimonials, etc, ) and I don’t really like it and want it not to show there!

Please advise!

SS
I don’t know the structure of the theme, but that is an H1 heading which I assume works as a title. If you don’t want the titles to show up, add this to your style.css:
.article h1 {
     display: none;
}

Regards,
Chris

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sevenspark Volunteer moderator says
heres another question for you!

How do I remove ex: http://alltechguru.com/about/

The “About” ? right above the picture!

Every page has that except for my store, (Pilot Pro, Projects, Gallery & Testimonials, etc, ) and I don’t really like it and want it not to show there!

Please advise!

SS
I don’t know the structure of the theme, but that is an H1 heading which I assume works as a title. If you don’t want the titles to show up, add this to your style.css:
.article h1 {
     display: none;
}
Regards,
Chris

While what Crozer said will work, if you’re concerned about SEO it’d be better if you removed this line altogether rather than just hiding it. This is because Search Engines don’t like it when you’re hiding content from a user on the page, especially in an H1 tag, because it’s seen as trying to trick the search engine.

Instead, try searching for that line (an H1 tag inside a <div class="article" />) and commenting it out or removing it. A good place to start looking for this would be in the template files (most likely page.php) – but like Crozer said, without knowing the structure of the theme we can’t give you specifics. You may also be able to use a filter or a hook, for example.

Good luck!

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crozer says
While what Crozer said will work, if you’re concerned about SEO it’d be better if you removed this line altogether rather than just hiding it. This is because Search Engines don’t like it when you’re hiding content from a user on the page, especially in an H1 tag, because it’s seen as trying to trick the search engine. . . . Good luck!

Definitely. It’s a somewhat dirty fix. As sevenspark mentioned, search for index.php, template.php, page.php or single.php – those are the most common names for one-page layouts and the complete WordPress Loop.

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VisualSharing says

By the way – give the submit button cursor: pointer. I am so annoyed when this isn’t done. :P

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crozer says
By the way – give the submit button cursor: pointer. I am so annoyed when this isn’t done. :P

Tell that to Google’s Gmail :)

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