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Removing 2nd Row Featured Boxes

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  • This topic has 6 replies, 2 voices, and was last updated 11 years ago by Kristine Dow.
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  • #3264
    Kristine Dow
    Participant

    I do not need the 2nd Row Featured Boxes on my Front Page Template. I deleted all text from the Subject and Description boxes. How can I hide the small gray line and the empty box borders that still appear?

    Thanks…
    kristine

    #4080
    D5 Creation
    Keymaster

    How shall we understand which theme you are using among our 19 Themes. Please mention either Theme Name and/or Website URL.

    #4101
    Kristine Dow
    Participant

    So sorry about that…I am back on this project until its completion.
    It WOULD help to know that I am using Simplify Extend.
    http://67.18.218.195/~fentonse/
    Thanks for your insight in advance.

    #4103
    D5 Creation
    Keymaster
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    Quote from UbUdesigner on March 5, 2013, 05:03
    I do not need the 2nd Row Featured Boxes on my Front Page Template. I deleted all text from the Subject and Description boxes. How can I hide the small gray line and the empty box borders that still appear?

    Thanks…
    kristine

    Please download and install the Latest Simplify Extend. The new version has been added such these features which you can control from the Simplify Options.

    #4105
    Kristine Dow
    Participant

    When Downloading and Updating to a new version, will my css/html/php changes be lost?

    #4106
    D5 Creation
    Keymaster
    Quote:
    Quote from UbUdesigner on March 12, 2013, 21:16
    When Downloading and Updating to a new version, will my css/html/php changes be lost?

    Make sure you have a copy of your old theme on your computer in case something goes wrong with the new theme. All the processes will overwrite your existing Theme Files but keep the posts, pages, contents, settings etc. as it was.

    So if you have made some changes to the Theme Files you should keep a copy of those files. We recommend not to edit any theme file. You should implement any Styling Change in the Custom Code within Head Area of Theme Options. You can input there any CSS codes within

    Code:
    <style>

    and

    Code:
    </style>

    tag.

    #4107
    Kristine Dow
    Participant

    Very thankful for that answer! Have a great day.

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