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November 22, 2019 at 10:37 am in reply to: Change the word 'at' in the comments date/time line #494973
Hi Anita! Thank you for the reply. I still wasn't able to change the word 'at' with that code but I was able to remove 'at' and the time stamp all together. That works out good.
Thanks @emasai. The problem I was having was on stylishpatina.com but I believe I found the problem. There was not a a:focus set so I created one and removed the border. It seems to be working now.
Thank you so much Nick and Victor!
Nick, I was so close. Before I got your message I also created the second code you gave me but didn't use the
so it didnt work. Adding
.worked perfectly, thank you!
You are awesome! It worked. Thank you so much!!
Thanks Christoph! I messed around with a few different codes yesterday and finally got the customizing colors to work. I had to use a combination of 2 tutorials to do this. I used http://buildwpyourself.com/building-theme-color-options-customizer/ and http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2013/03/the-wordpress-theme-customizer-a-developers-guide/
I found some tutorials for fonts but they seemed more extensive then what I'm comfortable with coding. I decided to use this plugin instead https://wordpress.org/plugins/easy-google-fonts/ and plan to create a tutorial to show clients how to use it.
okay, I was able to figure it out. I had to move body to the front of the class name and add !important to the end of the background css code. It looks like this:
background: url(images/bg-milk-chocolate.png) repeat-x !important;
Thanks for your reply. The class name is there. Here's a screenshot.
I know how to change the background color but that's not what I'm trying to accomplish. This will be theme sold to many people and I want to give them the option of choosing different colors. I've done this before with many of my themes but I've never set one up to change the background.
You can visit the demo and choose gold from "Theme Colors" on the menu bar. All colors change but the background.
Is it possible to have the background color change too?
Ah, never-mind. I figured it out. Just incase anyone wanted to know. I changed:
all content_archive_thumbnail to 1
image_size = 'home-large' (this is the name set in my functions.php for this image size)
Awesome! Thank you Tim and Tenns! Using the XML File worked beautifully 🙂
yay! thank you! that worked perfectly!!
Ah. I knew it had to be something simple. Thanks. It's working now.