Thanks so much! I successfully removed the number and the login/register buttons from the home page. Didn't realize there were so many options in the template manager, that's very helpful, thank you.
In section 3 of your post, are you referring to the actual template.css file in the joomla stack? Will I have to go in and edit the code? I looked within the template manager to see if there was a CSS or style section that had a logo width parameter, but couldn't find one, so I'm not sure what you mean.
I'm also having a little trouble finding the "Hide Components on Pages" option you mention in section 4 of your post. Did you mean the general tab within the template manager, or a different general tab?
Sorry for my general ignorance, thanks for the help!
1. The template came with a lot of articles that I've unpublished, but that I like the formatting of. I can still find the articles in "Article Manager," but I'd like to be able to preview some of these articles and see their formatting without having to publish them anywhere on the website. Is there a preview option so that I can see which articles I can cannibalize and make my own for other parts of the website?
2. And finally, I'm wondering about URL management. For instance, when I click on "About Tom" in our menu, it takes us to http://smartstrength.us/index.php/extensions
, which I assume is because the menu is considered an extension, so the command gets filtered through the extensions sections of the joomla back end (or something). My question is: is there a way to make the URLs appear a bit neater, and hide the back end complexities? If we could have smartstrength.us/about_tom, that'd be ideal. The same goes for the messy URL that clicking "More Info" in the Personal Training box gives.