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[personal profile] carisma_sensei
Hi! I created a Mobility layout the other day, which can be seen here, and the person who is using it pointed out that this problem was happening on mobile phones.

She said that when checking "use layout's stylesheet", it disappeared. So I don't know what gives! Since I'm new to Mobility, maybe there's something wrong with comment pages.

Anyone could help me out a bit? Thanks!
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[personal profile] nimueth
Hello comm, I need your help!

Last night, as I was testing new styles, I made a rookie mistake and messed up my CSS so bad that it was easier to delete everything and start from scratch. I'm using Dusty Foot, but in the past, thanks to this community, I managed to make it look virtually identical to the Mixit based layout I was using on LJ for years.

I checked those entries again, and while I managed to fix most things, for this particular issue nothing seems to work this time.

It's easier if I just show you pictures )

Also, I managed to "detach" the header from the navbar with this code:

#canvas {
margin-top: 20px;
};

but I can't figure out how to do the same for the bottom of the canvas.

And lastly, how do I go about adding a 1px border around the entire canvas, like in that second screencap?
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[personal profile] tickletheory
Hi, I'm encountering a baffling but frustrating problem.

I'm using Custom CSS and I always uncheck Use layout's stylesheet(s) when styling layouts to avoid duplicating css. I've tried this on a few themes, and every time I do this, the meta tag for responsive mobile disappears.

<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0"/>

just stops being rendered in the HTML.

Is there any way to put this back whenever I use custom CSS, without keeping Use layout's stylesheet(s) checked?
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[personal profile] rhattusreviews
Hello, I am looking for help in setting up a custom module/table/section to my blog, if that's possible.

Basically, I want to have a sidebar where I can have pictures, text, etc in addition to the actual custom text module. I'm willing to dive into the coding (stylesheets? layers?) directly to make this work, but I don't know much CSS and I don't know where to begin! The attempts I've made on my own have so far just killed the custom CSS and, as an insult, still not shown any extra text.

I actually got my inspiration from my current blog theme, because it includes an image that's linked directly to the custom CSS tab, not the custom text one. I'd love to be able to keep said theme but would be willing to switch to another if necessary.

If there's no way to make this work then that's fine, but I figured it doesn't hurt to ask!


(PS my blog is NSFW, you can instead see a live preview of the theme I'm using here)
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[personal profile] alyndra
I made my layer years ago but it's not something I usually do or know much about. There's just one little issue where the fancy squiggle in the top right corner is always encroached on a little bit by the entry text boxes. How can I fix this? I don't much care if the entries get a little narrower or the squiggle does, whichever's easier.

Thanks in advance! You can click my name to see what I'm talking about.

P.S. If I wanted the background image 'fixed' to stay in view as I scroll down, what would be the right code to use for that?
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[personal profile] carisma_sensei
Hi! I've been creating layouts for LJ and DW for years. I've been using Transmogrified and Tabula Rasa mainly (and also Practicality lately).

I was wondering how people get the base stylesheets to create under other styles? Is there a place or certain way to do so? Because it feels like I'm the only one out of the loop xD

I love creating layouts for DW and love it when people enjoy them, so I want to branch out a bit! Any and all help is appreciated. Thank you!
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[personal profile] mossgreen
I'm using Librarian's Dream for a community I run and want to have the visited links in the entries be a different colour from the visited links in the entry title.

I'm not sure enough of CSS to know what to add to the custom CSS box, or if it's even possible to have them set to different colours - the one option in the 'Colors' dropdown changes both the entry title visited link colour and the colour of visited links in the entries themselves.
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[personal profile] glymr
Hello!  I would like to hold a contest to have people create a header image for this community: [community profile] detroitbecomehuman.  However, I can't seem to find any resources to tell people what a standard header image size should be, ie "no wider than x number of pixels", "no taller than x number of pixels", or anything about whether they will degrade gracefully on mobile, etc.  Does anyone have any tips or links that might help?

Thank you very much!

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[personal profile] ceruleanmornings
Hello! I need a wee bit help with text sizing. I'm using the Argyle theme for the default layout Brittle, and the size of text for 'current mood' and 'tag' in the entries are way too small. How do I make that bigger without disturbing everything else?
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[personal profile] gdelgiblueeyes
Hello (again), style_system! Here's hoping you can help. I obtained some great help when I inquired about design related to my community [community profile] johnheartpaul in the past, and I'm hoping I can solicit some help here for my personal account now.

Before the great Tumblr fallout of recent weeks, I had been strongly considering moving content from my Tumblr (and its two side-blogs) to this Dreamwidth account. Recent events have served only to solidify my resolve to do so.

I'm fully aware that DW does not yet support importing from Tumblr, and that it may be a long time (if ever) before that becomes the case. That's fine with me -- I'm fine if everything about DW stays the same (I mostly use it on my PC anyway), and as for my Tumblr content, I think I'm gonna winnow through some stuff and be very choosy about what I bring here anyway.

My question concerns design. I have a Tumblr layout that I particularly like at my side-blog [tumblr.com profile] gdelgidirector , and I would like, if I may, to replicate its design here on my main, or at least come as close to replicating it here as I can. In theory, there's got to be something I can do with base layers or the like. But I'm not skilled enough to do it on my own.

Can someone experienced with custom CSS, HTML, and the like tell me 1) if transferring the layout is even doable, and 2) teach me how to port my Tumblr layout design over here if so?

Thank you!
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[personal profile] grimorie
Hi! I recently used [community profile] betterdolphin's layout from here and I think did something and now the navigation for previous and next page disappeared.

May I ask what I should do to restore the nav buttons?

Thanks!
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[personal profile] law
is there a way to replace or hide the default locked and private icons while using flexible squares? i feel like it would be easy to do if you knew the css classes.
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[personal profile] imperial_dragon
Hi. I's like to put an image in the header for my journal but I am battling to find any information I can understand on how to do this. I have no experience in using sites like Dreamwidth and don't know anything of CSS or where you would put it so -

I finally worked out how to use an image I uploaded to the image hosting for the header but it only shows the very top of the image, which I presume means that the image is too big to show fully. But I can't find anything to tell me how big the image should be or if there are any other ways I can change the way it shows. I'm using Elegant Notebook for Gold Leaf by rosecarmine

If anyone can help I would be very grateful but keep it basic please.
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[personal profile] mossgreen
I'm using Gold Leaf for my journal, which is (I think) a pretty new theme, and I want the page background image to be fixed, rather than scrolling. The CSS code I've tried is

#page {
background: repeat fixed;
}

which I've tried elsewhere, but I think I'm calling it the wrong thing, or something.
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[personal profile] raisethesail
Is there an option to edit the width of the main column on the Summertime layout? I'm using the Dimensions theme but the width of the white column is a little too wide for me and I'm struggling to work out what I need to stick in the custom CSS bit! Thanks ♥
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[personal profile] kittyrefuge
I have been trying to find out the answer for the last (OMG) 5 hours...Now I'm hoping somebody can help me out from this situation.

The Base Style I'm using is Blanket.

The CSS code I'm using )

Somebody, please?
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[personal profile] marshv
I feel like this is a very stupid question with a very obvious answer, but when using custom CSS themes that state the journal width is changeable, I find that any changes I make to the width under display don't show up. 

Is this because the themes are older and dreamwidth has changed how the coding works somehow? Am I just typing the width into the wrong place? It's very difficult for me to read journals that are the entire width of the screen and prefer them to be much narrower. 

If it makes any difference, the custom themes I've been trying to use USUALLY appear fine in every other regard (although sometimes they look odd, again I'm guessing this is because they are old themes)

Any help is extremely appreciated. Also I apologize if I've done something wrong in posting this. I am very new to journal sites and I'm not quite sure how everything works.
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[personal profile] lynnenne
I have 7 menu items displayed in my "Navigation" menu but I only want the following 4:

My journal's home page (user.dreamwidth.org)
Archive
Reading page
Profile

The menu items I want to remove are Network, Tags and Memories. Is there a way to do this without hiding the whole Nav menu?

(Ideally, I would also like to hide the "Navigation" heading at the top of the menu, or at least change the text to something else.)

Thank you!
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[personal profile] yourinnkeeper
Is there any way to remove the Top of Page link at the bottom? Without disabling the previous and next links.

[community profile] thereddragoninn
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[personal profile] ladyofgallifrey
I've been away from DW for a while and it seems in that time, Photobucket went on a warpath or something. My graphics are broken & I can't figure out how to fix 'em - especially my beautiful header (created by nisrin). Do I have to go "make nice" with Photobucket? All I have (aside from my DW hosted icons) are broken links.

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