Nexus CSS questions

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    Hi there,

    Just been running through the site with our client and he had a few styling questions:

    – On the homepage, is it possible to remove search magnifying glass symbol on home blocks at all?
    – If so, is it possible for the title within the thumbnails to sit centrally within the block, both horizontally and vertically?
    – Other than duplicating posts and changing their dates, is there an easier way of ordering of thumbnails on homepage?
    – On the post pages there is a white block behind the title (e.g. is it possible to lock the width of this white block to a set dimension, ie to fit width of the gallery below?
    – Also, is it possible to edit the alpha value of this white block at all?

    Many thanks in advance!

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    Theme Author


    1. You should be able to use the following code:

    .entry-image .readmore { display: none; }

    2. Please, add this:

    .image-info { -webkit-transform-style: preserve-3d; -moz-transform-style: preserve-3d; transform-style: preserve-3d; }
    .image-info .title, .nothumb-meta .title { vertical-align: center; position: relative; top: 50%; transform: translateY(-50%); }

    3. I’m afraid it’s not possible to change the order of thumbnails in a different way.

    4, 5. This should work:

    .main-title { width: 100%; padding-right: 0; background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.7); }

    Original poster

    Absolutely brilliant – many thanks, that’s solved all those points.

    When viewed on a mobile/tablet it won’t let me pinch/zoom – is this disabled?

    Theme Author

    Yea, the theme is responsive, so there is really no point in pinching/zooming, since the site layout adapts to all screen sizes perfectly.

    Original poster

    Thanks for coming back to me – is it not possible to enable the pinch/zoom at all? For our use on this particular site it would be ideal as we are showcasing images.

    Theme Author

    I’m afraid it’s not possible, since users don’t have an access to php files on

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