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I know. I’m switching templates, just haven’t done so yet. I like this template. It works great for a restaurant site I setup. I use the home page just as you (or whomever) have designed it to work. Except for the zooming/bouncing image action (on the home page images), which you helped me eliminate, it works great, mobile and desktop.
I know that I totally messed up this one, but I have tried other options….
However, thank you for all your help.
I meant to say the masthead, not the header. Changed the height value of the masthead ID. That worked. I’m still working on the body and also the header image now does not render well in a mobile view. Ugh. I’m trying to give the client what he wants but the changes he wants, like the header to have his logo and title and the quill included into the header, is impossible, unless it’s all in one image.
He wants the footnote right below the header, and right now there is a big gap from the header to the content. Which is why I decided to just rebuild this in simple HTML5 and CSS3 but I had no idea that some of these special modifications would not render on his version of Safari (11. something version, presumably the latest version for the Mac).
This client wants a footnote on the home page explaining the Shakespearean quote “Afraid of Goosequills,” which on the face seems like it would be a simple thing, but it’s not turning out this way. I rebuilt this whole site using HTML5 and CSS but he can’t see the side borders or the top header border through his version of Safari, which is really weird…right? The latest version of Safari doesn’t render some of the HTML5 and CSS modifications I’ve mad, like webkit side borders.
I fixed the header by setting the height, but I still can’t get the padding or margin on the page to whatever I want it to be, which would be zero.
This isn’t working. I believe I’ve tried variations of these too already. I can’t quite figure it out.
He wants it to look like this:
I’m trying to modify your template to be almost exactly like this HTML version.
Wow. That worked. I don’t think I could have figured that out, though, without help. Thank you!
amberdoor.comMay 10, 2018 at 8:34 am in reply to: Removing the hover effect in the home page grid content #145457
Yeah! It worked, perfectly. Thank you!
I’ve started out with a free version but I’m about to upgrade to the Pro version, however, I have a child-theme already built, if I install the “pro” version over the free version, will I need to rebuild a child-theme?
Also, does the “pro” version allow me to select only 2 featured grid content pages/posts? It seems that the lowest number is 3.