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Hello,

Thank you for your help. I’ve been searching for things in the CSS so I can modify them in a child theme. However, I’m having trouble finding classes! One example is the class for a post title. In the source it says:

<!-- .single-post-media -->
                    <header class="post-header clr">
                        <h1 class="post-header-title">Hello world!</h1>
                    </header>

I can’t find either of those classes in the CSS. Where are they? Thanks.

Default-user

In relation to my earlier question, I’d like to remove the border around a post. I believe the styling would be linked to by

 <article class="single-post-article clr"> 

within the code below:

<span class="trail-end">Hello world!</span></nav>
    <div id="primary" class="content-area clr">
        <div id="content" class="site-content left-content clr" role="main">
                            <article class="single-post-article clr">
                    <div class="single-post-media clr">
                                            </div>

but I can't figure out where styling for the class "single-post-article clr" is located, so I can't figure out how to remove the border around the post. Thank you. </div></div>
Default-user

I figured out how to remove the shadow, but I’m still confused about where those classes are and why I can’t find them in the css. If you could enlighten me, I’d greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

WPExplorer

Hum…Not sure what you mean. All styling is done in the style.css file inside the theme.

You should also be able to use any browser web developer tool to see exactly where the styling is coming from – it’s possible maybe a plugin is tweaking things?

olib86 Purchased

With infinite scroll on, is there a way to add a “Load more posts” button at the bottom of each set of posts, so that users are still able to access the site footer?

WPExplorer

Not right now, but I’ll definitely consider it for the next update!

Pre-purchase Question:

Is there a way to change this from masonry to a fixed grid size, I realize you could just make the images all the same height and the text, but it seems sloppy, is there an actual way to make it into a real grid?

Thanks!

WPExplorer

You mean a “Fit Rows” layout. Unfortunately there isn’t a built-in way for that, you would have to highly modify the javascript for this. Maybe you would like my newer LuxMag theme that has this style ;)

http://themeforest.net/item/luxmag-responsive-wordpress-magazine-blog/8354209?ref=WPExplorer

Hi,

we are using this theme, but we are not able to translate the “Click here to navigate” and “Close navigation” texts with String Translation, even if the String itself shows up in the string translation. Is this a known problem or is there any fix?

KInd regards

Default-user

Any reply?

aky_p Purchased

Is possible psd files of layout after purchase? Thank you :)

WPExplorer

Yes, send me a private message and I’ll zip them over to you!!

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