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    Hi, i followed a topic on here to make the side bar go away on the pages so that in theory the pages were more or less full width. This worked fine but the issue i have now is that the text and images seems to be aligned to the left and i want it to be centered. Any ideas, also another issue is that at the top i have managed to add two links to my client login areas, they show the links but they dont work, any help would be brilliant, thanks, our site is



    you just need to add the native wordpress “aligncenter” image class to your images. I.e. the code would look like:

    <img height="247" width="604" alt="" src="" title="keypoints" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-327">


    Thanks, any ideas about the links, the site is not the darius one that was a temp link


    Try to add following code to style.css:

    #client, #client1 {
    z-index: 10;


    Hi thats fantastic thanks so much it works a treat. Whilst i am on i have a seperate issue regarding the footer. i have twitter feeds showing bottom left via a plugin but how do i add a twitter logo that i have already have above where it says follow us, when i try it shifts the text and logo to the left and right etc,


    I also seem to have a viod between the twitter feed then tag cloud and then a viod/gap before the contact and social buttons, if you notice i have added a plusnet banner which i want to sit in that gap, how can i do this, thanks


    I’d try to use a text widget which contains the twitter image. The image html code would look like:

    <img src="your-image.jpg" alt="twitter" title="twitter" />


    thanks that helps slightly but does not fix the problem, i still have the widgets all messed up and the gap. i cant seem to add anything into there


    Please create me an admin account and send me the login data to: (Email address hidden if logged out) – maybe I can find a solution but please be aware that I can’t spend a lot of time on this issue…

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