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    I’m not sure which parameter to change (i’ve tried a few with little success on this one). Basically I want my photo on the post entry to be moved up so that it is almost underneath the post heading entry.

    Ex: (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -of-africa/

    the photo should be only maybe 1/2 inch below the name/date/posted by




    This css will do it. However you need to change the numbers yourself to what suits you. The margin controls the space above each title, and the padding controls the space below each title. These are the current settings. Just change the 50 on each line, leaving the 0s alone. I would start with 20 instead of 50 on each line.

    Please add it to /css/custom.css

    .template-blog .post_delimiter {
    margin: 0 0 50px 0;
    padding: 50px 0 0 0;





    Hi Nick–

    Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately this did not work ;-(( [Note, the file you told me to add it to does not exist.. i created it, but since it’s not anywhere referenced in my codes i assume it is not going to help… i tried adding it to the styl1.css and style.css files which also did not work]…

    I’ve played around with a few other things and now it looks like i’ve messed something else up that i need to fix (main page the 2 colums towards the bottom, the one on the right is closer than it should be)



    Please edit the post. There is a <table> tag that is not being used.

    If you can’t find it, add this at the very bottom of style.css

    .entry-text > table {
    display: none;




    that seemed to work, HOWEVER, since many of my posts use tables, this doesn’t display any data within them…. SO, it seems I will have to go back and edit the tables..




    actually, it seems that i have figured it out.. i have removed the 2 row table that shows up on the single.php post… maybe i added this a while ago and forgot..

    thanks for all help. knowing that it was possible table related helped.


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