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  1. media="all".wp-core-ui .button, .wp-core-ui .button-primary, .wp-core-ui .button-secondary {
    <a href="#" id="insert-media-button" class="button insert-media add_media" data-editor="pv_seller_info" title="Add Media"><span class="wp-media-buttons-icon"></span> Add Media</a>

    Hello, I need some css help beyond my knowledge. I'm using wordpress, woocommerce and matt's product vendor. I can add custom css however I can't get the correct display none.

     

    There is a add media button I want to hide for my vendors without hiding all media buttons. Using chrome inspect element, I can find is the above codes.

     

    Any idea what the display none codes would be?

     

    Thank you in advanceKimberly

  2. Hi Can someone point me in the direction of a tutor so I can learn how to remove or hide things using css. I'm running a wordpress woocommerce store and need to add css in a plug-in box that will remove or hide items. If I have to I can find the css sheet for the plug-in and work from there. I know how to build a basic css sheet to make my own pages but never tried to remove anything using css.

     

    Any help of where I can find a good tutor would be much appreciated.Kimberly

     

     

  3. Hi, I am reworking an old web site by starting over. I have done a lot of reading on xml to make a database for random or next page link to put on all my web site pages. I have some 1500 pages so when I rebuild I probably only have 500 after cutting the less viewed pages. Anyway, I have inspyder to create gmz sitemaps but can set it to make a xml site map for a database for the web site. I use expression web to create my web site but mostly I hand code in html and a bit of php. I have been doing this since 1999 and still love html.. :) My problem is how to put a button on my site using the xml sitemap so I can have a next or random link on my web site. I tried using the expression web tools to do this but on my text web site it did not work. I also have zoom indexer that indexes my 11 web sites to create a search engine which I can use to create a sitemap or site index. I have been reading for two day now looking for an answer or software to buy that would allow me to add some type of button to my site so people did not have to search or go back to the navigation to find the next pages. I have found javascript but I can do the same with putting up an html button and simply putting a link to another pages. However I really wanted to find a way to do this without having to add a next buttons by hand on each new website I build so if I remove a page, I don’t have to go back and remove the html link in the future. Does anyone have any advice for an old woman? LOL ThanksKimberly

  4. Hello, I would like to put a border around Images but only in one section (page_content) of the site and not the whole page. Here is what I have and can someone please help me. #page_content { float: left; width: 480px; margin-top: 10px; margin-bottom: 10px; margin-left: 10px; margin-right: 10px;}Thank you for your timeKimberly

  5. Hello, I want to add a search to my web sites without using google custom search. I have been search for software, service or script that I can use to do a simple index of all 11 web sites. I don't even mind if I had to open the software and run an update weekly. I don't really want to install anything on my site because I am not good with that type of stuff. Anyone know of any good search engine software or services? Thank you in advanceKimberly

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  6. Well, you can use the CSS to make the "notification bar" look however you want - we can't tell you what you want the element to look like. If you are having trouble with any of the other components (e.g. the JavaScript to make it hide) then don't hesitate to ask.
    Thanks, I had some people on another forum give me what some ideas about CSS and jQuery to research and other term keywords to look for on google. I have a direction to research now.
  7. Basically, you just want to create an element that can be hidden? This would require several technologies - you of course would use CSS to actually style the, uh, notification element, but to implement the animation you would need to use JavaScript.Remember, all CSS is for is styling stuff. It doesn't actually do anything.
    So you know:Before posting I knew: CSS was only the style stuff.I knew it would take more then only CSS to do what I wanted. I had only hoped someone could point me in the right direct since part of coding would need to be CSS. Thanks for your time
  8. CSS is just for styling markup. What sort of notification were you thinking about anyway? You could have some sort of email digest, or an RSS feed.
    I have been doing a lot of research since my last posting and I guess it called a floating toolbar head or footer. The Hello Bar is nice but you have to be invited. However I would be happy with a little box the that came up at the bottom that showed up and faded away after a few seconds that can be reopened by the click of the bottom. I can manual daily put in the new printable I offered that day. As you can tell I am kind of lost on what to do. My main goal is to find a way to add a notification without having to make a new flash banner ever day. I figure it was worth asking for a direction on where to start or what search terms I need to use. It hard to research this when most the time when I do all I come up with stuff unrelated to what I am looking for. Thanks for your timeKimberly
  9. I have been using Wibiya and other similar tools as well as looked at Hello Bar. I watched my web site audience uses of these tools and they only tool they use is the live notification where each day I post the newest free printable. I really don’t need a full toolbar and wonder if there was a way with CSS to make a simple notification where I can put in what is the days need offer and a link, nothing fancy. Any help would be very much appreciated.Kimberly

  10. I had a few minutes, so I downloaded your page and CSS. I removed all height definitions for the body, container3, and page_content3, including the inline definition. The result is that all the italicized text at the bottom is within the dashed border, and there is a bunch of white space between the text and the border. Is that the goal?I didn't grab the images and other stuff, so I don't know what effect they might have on things.
    I use your earlier posting and using a box for each articles and used the <p></p> and it looks like that is going to work. I have a few browser text to run but so far so good.Thanks
  11. I might add that organizing/positioning the text might be easier if the different chunks were placed in <p> elements. Those could be styled with a bottom margin, and that would eliminate the need for all those multiple <br /> elements.
    ok, that I understand. It gives me some ideas on how to work with this.
  12. Text is a fluid medium whose size cannot be accurately predicted once you exceed a few lines. I notice that your body element, container3, and page_content3 each have a defined height. Defining a height is certainly appropriate for graphics and other elements with a fixed size. But putting a lot of text in a container with a fixed height is generally a bad idea. Likewise, nesting containers inside containers with defined heights can lead to trouble, especially when a parent container is defined to be shorter than its child container.Unless you have used absolute positioning, container heights generally adjust themselves to fit the content.Have you tried simply removing those height definitions?
    I started with no height and tried auto before putting a height in, nothing worked but the box was way to small. thanks
  13. Hello, I wanted to switch a index page from html tables to css and after three days of crawling in the corner and eating my hair I am finally getting closer to what I want however the bottom is not lining up correct. No matter how much I tweak with height of the section it is does not change or something... I am very lost on this one. Logically the change the height changes the height of the section. I also messed with the height in the body codes but that did not help either.Here is the page: http://www.momsbreak.com/Codes I can't seem to fix correctly./* Articles */#container3 { width: 900px; margin-top: 10px; margin-left: 0px; margin-right: 0px; text-align: left; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; height: 3500px;}#page_content3 { border: thick #68647B dashed; background-color: #FFFFFF; font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: medium; font-weight: normal; padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px; padding-top: 20px; height: 3500px; padding-bottom: 20px;}Any help is much appreciated.Kimber

  14. Hello, I am not very good at css but trying to learn. I am still working on this site but you can at least see my problem http://www.printableshop.com/My problem at this point is the scissors image. I thought I could make an image with a white rectangle and scissors on the right hand side of the what image and made them a png as long as I made it the same width that #main then I could adjust the right side margins from there to make it all fit correct but the scissors are running down both sides. #main { float: right; width: 600px; padding: 0; margin: 0; padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 10px; background: url('images/scissors.png') scroll top;}Any help would much appreciatedThank youKimber

  15. Until you have used up the allocated funds.This may sound cold-hearted, but even it the site is for a friend, start each task with a value - either dollars spent or time invested. Strive to complete the task in that allocated time, which usually corresponds to a dollar amount (cost per hour). When the time's up - work stops and if more work is to be done, you negotiate for more time and/or money.The keys to success are understanding what the client needs and wants, communicating your solution to them, ensuring you deliver what you promise, with a tiny amount of adjustments allowed at the end. Otherwise, you'll suffer scope creep, where the project never ends, and someone, usually the web developer, loses a lot of money (or time)
    But I am not working for a client. I owned my online business since 1999 and I like tweaking stuff ever so year or two just for a different look semi-updated but always the same logo. When I first did this site all there was was HTML and JavaScript pull down menu, it was all hand coding or copy and paste a code. I have moved to Article Manager but that was before their where CMS as we know them today. blogging was not even a word then. I do like to ever couple of years try to make my site a bit more up to date design. Right now I just trying to leave a few CSS things I can work in to make the site look a big more up to date for the younger crowd while keeping the basic layout for my long time visitor.I very very rarely ever hire help because I don't that six times in the past and got ripped off ever time. As for time to cost effectiveness, I have nine web so always lay out a plan each month. I put out three days for this project of this holiday weekend because my traffic is always way down this one weekend each year. I have till Aug 15 th to do any web site tweaking then my busy season hits and there no more time for that stuff. I am a work at home one women business and with my mild CP and time I must spend at the gym each week to be able to walk without assistance posting on forums is how I learn and print what I learned and add it to my knowledge book I made for myself. None of my project ever end, I learn, I add, my business grows. Just my 2 cents - explaining my situation:)
  16. Persistence will get you far.Validate, test, tweak, validate, test, tweak ...
    I have been doing the "Validate, test, tweak, validate, test, tweak ... " for several days now and now walking away for a few days so I can look at it again with fresh eyes in the middle of the week. Now I am trying to learning how to set up a membership area on a web site section (different site) then I come back to this "Validate, test, tweak, validate, test, tweak ... " -- The real questions is: How crazy do I want to drive myself tweaking. :) Hope you are having a good Independence Day HolidayKimber
  17. Where there's a will there's a way.
    That helped more than I can possible say. I have a whole new design up now. It needs some tweaking here and there but I am slowing getting there. Driving my family and friends nuts making them give me input ever step of the way but getting there :)
  18. You can use a few options.Use a semi-transparent PNG or GIF, 1pixel squared image, repeated.Or use RGBA in CSS - although this is not supported in IE 8 (and lower). All other modern major browsers support RGBA though.background: rgba (255, 255, 255, 0.8);where the 255, 255, 255 is the RGB values for white, and 0.8 indicates the opacity (alpha value, its called), from 0 to 1, in increments of .1If you use the background png image or a plain background colour first, then use the RGBA, then those browsers who dont support RGBA will use those fallbacks where appropiate.
    Thanks, I do a lot of graphic design so I can do a png. would have never thought of that
  19. Hello, I am horrible with css and have to pick here and there to leaven things. I been working with codes like background-color: transparent; color: whitebackground-color: #ffffff; opacity: 0.5; and all kind of other combo's but nothing working right. What I am trying to do: At http://www.momsbreak.com/printable/index.shtml I was trying to get the part where the articles are, the white background, to be just a very small bit transparent so the background show through but everything I try make the text and image transparent also. I tried the codes in several place but mainly in this spot: #wrap { width: 900px; background-color: #ffffff; repeat-y center top; margin: 0 auto; text-align: left}or #content-wrap { clear: both; width: 870px; padding: 0; margin: 0 auto;}Any advice would be much appreciatedKimber

  20. Hello, To start let me saying I know html and have had several business web sites for 10 years now using html or article manager cgi based software which is not longer available. But the world moved on to CSS which I am really struggling with. So I bought artisteer to use make a few google blogs and to help me learn which I do now understand how it works. The css controls the look and I can tweak the codes some for design. Here is where I need advice on. I have a ton of unused domain names which I wanted to make some small general info pages which will not be updates very often so I really do not want to get a CMS for them mostly because I have no time to keep up with patches, etc. With artisteer I can export the design as HTML but I can't figure out to edit the index.htm or add pages of the exported files. I looked at firebug and coffeecup html editing but I still very lost. I been working on this for two months now and not getting any where. Can anyone suggest an editor to help me, I still use frontpage a lot to tell you have far behind I am on these skills. Or possible a easy to use article manager that php or cgi based that support an html type file that I will not need to be getting patches all the time. My web site where hatched some five years ago and I moved to a Rackspace so I have good hosting. The only reason I am not making an simple html web page for this is I wanted the more modern css layout. Thank you in advance for any advice.Kimber

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