Ryan C.

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  • in reply to: Petite Melodies logo insertion #162855 Reply

    Hi Larry, It looks like you’re on the right track! You just need to make one more adjustment to properly position the banner. Try adding the following to your CSS:

    h1.site-title {
    position: static !important;

    Let me know if that does the trick!

    in reply to: Categories and tags #162853 Reply

    You’re welcome! Don’t hesitate to give me a shout if you have any questions.

    in reply to: theme EIGHT #162850 Reply

    Hi there! It looks like you’re still using the Academica theme on your site. So, I’m going to mark this thread resolved. If you have any questions about the Eight theme, please feel free to start a new thread. And if you have questions about the Academica theme, you can post in the general themes forums as Kathryn mentioned:


    in reply to: Mobile Site #162849 Reply

    Hi Gina! I had a look at your mobile site, and noticed that you’re still showing excerpts on the front page. Were you able to try Kathryn’s suggestion? If you have any questions, just let us know!

    in reply to: Categories and tags #162848 Reply

    I’m glad to hear that did the trick! I’m afraid that the Categories Widget won’t allow you to alphabetize by surname. However, you could use a Text Widget to manually create the list of authors. It would require a little more setup, but it would allow you to have complete control over the order.

    You can find more information about creating a Text Widget here:

    And you can find step-by-step instructions for creating links Text Widgets here:

    Please let me know how that works for you!

    in reply to: Categories and tags #162845 Reply

    Hi there! Sorry for the delayed response, but I’m happy to help.

    1. The Categories Widget will automatically list your categories by alphabetical order. I had a look at your site just to make sure, and it appears to be working as expected.

    2. Certainly! You can modify your existing CSS to prevent tags and categories from being shown on your category pages. Try replacing your existing CSS with the following:

    .home .entry-meta,
    .single .entry-meta,
    .category .entry-meta {
    	display: none;

    3. We can’t edit the text itself. But we can use some CSS to hide the “Category Archives:” part of the title. Try adding the following to the bottom of your Custom CSS:

    .category h1.page-title {
    	color: #fff;
    	font-size: 0;
    .category h1.page-title span {
    	color: #2B4C7E;
    	font-size: 35px;
    	line-height: 38px;

    Please let me know how the above works for you! And don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions.

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