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Offline kirstykiwi
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Posts: 56
Posted on: January 16, 2015, 11:30:20 PM

There is a red slash next to my main container blog button (see attachment) - can you tell me how to remove it?  The site is www.onlinelasertraining.co.uk to see live.

I also have a problem where the 'Know our Team' on the homepage is not centered with the 3 photos - how can I center?

Thanks
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Offline Tristan Rineer
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Posts: 3858
Posted on: January 23, 2015, 08:43:04 AM

There is a red slash next to my main container blog button (see attachment) - can you tell me how to remove it?  The site is www.onlinelasertraining.co.uk to see live.

   Firebug shows that you've got CSS somewhere that's assigning a left border to the "p.readmore" class of the button.  It appears that the code you're looking for is in the index.php file of the theme, in the last <style> block before the end of the <head> tag.

I also have a problem where the 'Know our Team' on the homepage is not centered with the 3 photos - how can I center?

   That sample content was designed to have 5 images.  If you look at it with Firebug, you'll see the code that sets it to the 20% widths that allows 5 images to fit.
   
   
EDIT: While custom code isn't technically covered by support, I think this should do what you need:

In css/template.css around line 739, find ".circles .circle" and change it to this:
Code:
.circles .circle {
    width: 33%;
    float: left;
    align-content: center;
}

Then, around line 713, find ".circle_img" and change it to this:
Code:
.circle_img {
    padding: 18px;
    transition: all 300ms ease-out 0s;
    margin: 0px auto;
    display: inline-block;
}


And finally - I recommend checking out the Codecademy HTML and CSS course to learn the basics of how HTML and CSS work; it's free, and if you combine that with Firebug, you should be able to figure a lot of things out on your own, which is generally faster than waiting on support.

I'm not a designer and I only know a little CSS, but it only took me 5-10 minutes with Firebug to figure out the changes needed; it will save you a lot of time if you don't need to wait for a response from me.
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