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    Could you tell me if it is possible to achieve something like this directly within the theme or with CSS?

    at the moment I have this

    What I am trying to do is have a constant footer of logo’s throughout the site (above the footer) So I would like the sidebar line to end above these logo’s.

    Also can I make the line start from the text as per the image, instead of under the text

    Lastly to get rid of the breadcrumb “you are here” do I just need to hide it with CSS or is there a way to get rid of it in the theme.

    Thanks so much


    Hi Lilipie!

    You can use the Partner/Logo element or insert a Color Section with 3 1/3 column layout. Insert the logo using the Image element. Hide the “You are here” text using this:

    .breadcrumb-title {
    display: none !important;



    Hi Ismael

    Thanks so much for your help.

    The page now looks like this

    Is there a way to get a horizontal line from the title text that becomes a vertical line as per the image? so a line that looks like the line you have when you have a sidebar, but running from the title text.

    Many thanks for your time.




    Do you mind creating a temporary admin login and posting it here privately so i can take a look?
    I think it will be easier to remove title and add Special Heading element on top of your page with title then to customize using CSS


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    You can add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS:

    .main-title.entry-title a {
    display: block;
    background: white;
    padding: 10px 10px 10px 100px;
    position: absolute;
    bottom: -37px;
    margin-left: -90px;

    The effect should look like this:


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    This effect is not easily possible because you would need to create a new html element and some css code to create such a frame. The current theme layout does not support such a border:

    You can hire a freelancer here: wo can probably do this with 1,5 – 2 hours of work.

    Best regards,


    Thanks for your response.

    Is it possible to have a final clear answer on this?

    I asked for help with this issue on 17th (Tuesday) and received a positive response – with a member of the team offering to help – as a result of the response I created a temporary login. I assumed that this was going to be resolved shortly after.

    I hadn’t heard anything so I posted again (as part of another thread) asking for someone to look at this and I received a response with some CSS I could use. The CSS is great and almost does part of what I need – but not entirely/exactly.

    What I am confused about is the conflicting responses I have received.

    If the first response I received would’ve been to hire a developer – I would’ve looked at an alternative way to solve this sooner (on the 17th).

    I understand that if I ask a question about something that isn’t easy to achieve with CSS, within the theme or quickly that it might be the case that I have to hire a developer or spend several hours working it out myself (and that is of-course fine) I really don’t expect help beyond that which you are here to offer. But I am sure you can sympathise with the frustration/confusion that arrises with hugely conflicting responses.

    A key reason why I purchased the theme was because of the extensive support that is offered. I am really short of time (which I know isn’t your problem) But if this can be resolved as originally offered that would be wonderful.




    I have applied what i thought was possible. I thought you wanted to make changes only on that certain page. If so, now it does look as you want. You can find custom CSS code i added in Quick CSS section and apply on other pages as well. You can right click on Chrome and on Firefox and click Inspect Elements to find out page ID’s


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