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  1. Well, I logged in and poked around and the only thing that comes to mind is that you need a header.php file. Since you aren't finished with the videos, maybe your theme is incomplete right now.

     

    Something I notice when going to the stylesheet link ( http://thorirvidar.com/wp/wp-content/themes/120312_template/style.css ) is that you can view the source of the page and see the entire index.php file. You shouldn't be able to do that.

     

    Here's an example of how a properly working WP theme's stylesheet should look when you go straight to the file (it's mine): http://goo.gl/T6yCp

  2. URL: http://goo.gl/87Hc1

     

    Hi everyone!

     

    I was wondering if someone could help me figure out why the slideshow on the home page is not centered. I've been fiddling with it off and on all morning and can't get it to cooperate.

     

    Also, how can I keep the navigation buttons for the slideshow always visible? They appear briefly when the image shifts, but then they're hidden.

     

    TIA for any help! :)

  3. That works better. Thanks, Eddie! I've been staring at this for too long. :)

     

    I didn't want to extend the menu items all the way over like that, but my client is insisting. They will just have to NOT change those links!! ;)

     

    Thanks again.

  4. Looks like you are going to have to change the width of all the ul#nav li a tags, and they each have a class, eg ul#nav li a.home.

    Is this a Genesis template?

     

    Yeah, this is a Genesis theme. The nav is hard coded, though. I really struggled with it last time and you all helped me. :)

     

    Susie, there a couple of things that I see missing...a css defined for class="healthy-menu" which requires a width and background position. All your other menu links have something like this:

     

    ul#nav li a.franchise-info {

    background-position: -230px 0;

    width: 190px;

    }

     

    It's in there but just commented out since it was making a mess of everything. Sorry about that!

     

    Also, it looks like the client has a new link called Coupon which does have a class but the nav-v2.gif needs updating to show 'Coupon'

     

    nav-v2.gif image

     

    Actually, the Coupon page is being removed, but I forgot to remove it from the code.

     

     

     

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    Sorry about that, guys! I posted and ran and didn't give much info. Bad me! It's been so crazy here. Anyway, I am going to try to get this finished today. Thanks for your help!

  5. http://goo.gl/TLxyD

     

    I'm stumped on another issue....

     

    I would like to make the left corners (top/bottom) of the header nav/menu rounded using CSS3 but I can't figure out where to apply the code. I've tried adding it to this but it didn't work:

     

    #header ul.nav,

    #header ul.menu {

    float: right;

    }

     

    The corners appear when I apply it to the li, but then each li is rounded and that's not what I'm looking for.

     

    Can someone take a peek? :)

  6. Okay, this should be so easy, but I'm stumped! I've looked at it in Firebug and cannot find the culprit.

     

    http://goo.gl/jcXky

     

    I'm working with the h4 that says "Learn More About AMP". I want the whole thing (text and blue background) to be about 10 pixels down from the top of the widget itself but I can't get it to budge.

     

    What am I missing??

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