Scrollider Express header image turns black, I have tried all the suggestions an

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    Scrollider Express header image turns black, I have tried all the suggestions and all I get is a black space at the top with the header text on top

    The blog I need help with is playarocahotel.wordpress.com.

    #28889

    Hi there,

    Thank you for your question. I’d be happy to help.

    This isn’t a known issue or one I’m able to replicate but hope to take a closer look.

    Have you added an image for your header from your Theme Options?

    #28919

    Hi
    yesterday after hours of playing around I took a break and when I returned it was up and running? I was amazed! So now I am on to cleaning up the home page, I have two home buttons and need to dump one?
    thanks for the reply

    #28927

    This double home button thing is costing me a lot of time and research. There must be an easier way to track down the solution? Any ideas? Scrollider Express theme.

    #29013

    I solved this by creating a new menu that I named “Zero Menu” and proceeded to empty it of all of its links. Then, I assigned that menu to the area where I wanted none (in my case, the header image overlay). It worked for me.

    #29031

    Well it worked, thanks!

    Now another question. How do I get rid of the white outline around all the photos? Or at least reduce it to a narrow border?

    #29034

    Also, reduce the white META box and make the photos bigger?

    #29050

    Hey again,

    Thank you Jeremy for helping with the original issue.

    Now another question. How do I get rid of the white outline around all the photos? Or at least reduce it to a narrow border?

    Do you have the CSS upgrade from WP.com?

    http://en.wordpress.com/products/custom-css/

    If you do, this will get rid of the white border around photos:

    .entry-content img {
    border: none !important;
    }

    Also, reduce the white META box and make the photos bigger?

    You could try:

    #primary {
    width: 74%;
    }
    #secondary {
    margin-top: 0;
    width: 25%;
    }

    You’ll need to insert larger images then.

    Remember you can do this from WP Dashboard -> Settings -> Media.

    Hope this helps, thanks again!

    #29064

    Thanks, it looks just what I need.

    #29065

    I went to Settings media but did not see where to input the code?

    .entry-content img {
    border: none !important;
    }

    #29066

    I have the CSS upgrade from WP.com?

    #29067

    Oh, I am trying this on a static page. Scrollider Express

    #29069

    What is the procedure to add

    .entry-content img {
    border: none !important;
    }

    To the CSS sidebar? Tick, Don’t use the theme’s original CSS? I just dropped it right in and saved and no luck?

    #29071

    Check out this new onLine University course about CSS

    http://www.f1websitedesign.com/tutorials/css-tutorials/basics/basics-of-css/chapter2/chapter2.6.php

    It is written in plain English but I still don’t know how or where to apply the code?

    #29072

    I tried this in the CSS sideboard

    /*
    I want to deduce the white border around the photos on a static page
    */
    .entry-content img {
    border: none !important;
    }

    #29073

    CSS is a language that works with HTML documents to define the way content is presented. The presentation is specified with styles that are placed directly into HTML elements, the head of the HTML document, or separate style sheets. But where are these places they are referring to? How and where do I actually add the new Style sheets? I am sure there is a simple answer to this and once I get it I can carry on customizing the site. I hope! Thanks

    #29094

    I am getting my head around things and appreciate the help you have given. I hope to do much better with time but will need some help later I am sure. Thanks Max

    #29121

    Hey again,

    Apologize for the delay and hope to answer your questions.

    — I went to Settings media but did not see where to input the code?

    You’ll want to enter this in the Custom CSS field from the CSS upgrade:

    http://en.wordpress.com/products/custom-css/

    — What is the procedure to add

    .entry-content img {
    border: none !important;
    }

    To the CSS sidebar? Tick, Don’t use the theme’s original CSS? I just dropped it right in and saved and no luck?

    That should remove the border from your content area images. Just tested in Firebug and did the trick. Are you adding this to your Custom CSS field?

    http://cld.wthms.co/Mkwo

    Thanks again Max, let me know if you still have any issues adding this.

    Kind Regards,

    #29125

    Hi again, I am still playing around with it but will not domain map our old site’s domain name over until I have got a handle on these new features! Thanks Max

    This is what I have in the CSS box in Customize and I still have the white border around the photos.
    #primary {
    width: 50%;
    }

    #secondary {
    margin-top: 0;
    width: 30%;
    }

    .entry-content img {
    border: none!important;
    }

    #29146

    New question? When I open the site with an ipad, a follow box is there and even after complying it stays on the pages. How do I get rid of it?

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