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[personal profile] runpunkrun
Hi, I'm using Modish, and I want to get rid of the "Manage Links" link that shows up at the bottom of the links module because it takes up room. I'd been doing okay with
Of course, that hides all the other manage links like "Manage Tags," which I was fine with!, except now with the new journal styled icon pages, it hides "Manage Icons" too, which I kind of need. Is there a better way to get rid of the "Manage Links" link without wiping out all the manage-links?
runpunkrun: combat boot, pizza, camo pants = punk  (Default)
[personal profile] runpunkrun
Hey guys, I have another question for you. I'm using Modish and have my metadata set to display at the bottom of entries, but I want to have the crosspost link come last, after the tags, so that I can shrink it and not have it be so prominent since I don't actually need to read it. I can make the crosspost link small, but I have no idea how to move it. I have a feeling it will take Advanced Customization. I can create layers, but the rest of the process is a code-filled mystery to me.
runpunkrun: combat boot, pizza, camo pants = punk  (Default)
[personal profile] runpunkrun
Hi folks, I'm using Modish set to two columns, but what I'd like to do is move one of my modules up to the top and have it display horizontally, which isn't an option in the wizard as far as I can see.

So my question is: Is it possible to make the navlink module horizontal? I want it directly under my header as a line of links, not the vertical stack in the sidebar it is now.

Any help is appreciated!
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[personal profile] nikkiscarlet
I'm modifying a Modish layout, and I was wondering if it was in any way possible to place more than one image in the header, or if it's impossible to do with CSS alone? I'd like to have a header that stretches with the page/browser/resolution, and the only way I can think of doing that in this case is to have two (or more) images sitting on either side of the header. Would welcome other suggestions, as well!

Thanks in advance.
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[personal profile] alassenya
I feel like such a failure.

I have a very nice layout on my LiveJournal page - clean and simple. Unfortunately the style (Miniml) is not available within Dreamwidth, and attempts on my part to recreate it or at least to build something similar are failing dismally. The limitations of the "customise style" pages are just about driving me to drink.

After numerous attempts with Tabula Rasa, all of them unsuccessful (including de-selecting "use layout's stylesheet" and copying the Miniml css into the box), I tried using Modish (Greyscale colour scheme) and changing all the background and font colours. This has had mixed success (you can see it here). I was able to get the page and module backgrounds to white, with white borders, so that it lookes a bit cleaner. However, I am unable to change the font weight for the page header (Alassenya) to bold, or the subtitle to italic, and for some reason I can't change the font colour for the page links at the left - they remain resolutely white (and thus invisible) until clicked on. I have tried using the "custom css" box to fix them but had no success.

So basically I have a two-tier question:
a. Is anyone able to devise a layout that resembles Miniml for DW?
b. If not, how do I resolve the font weight and colour issues in Modish?
Edit: partly resolved, I have the H1 in bold and H2 in italic, but I still don't have visible links at left.

I also have a supplementary question: how do I remove the number of uses from my tags list? I like it as a list, not a cloud, but I don't want the number of uses appearing next to each tag.
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[personal profile] branchandroot
So let us suppose that I'm making a theme for a layout that already uses the print_stylesheet function (a theme for Modish, in the event). Let us further suppose that I want to add a little bit of css to this theme without copying the whole inherited stylesheet just to change one line. Does anyone know of a good way to do this?


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