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How to: Add Graphic to PageLines Branding Section

Goal: Have a graphic in PageLines Branding section and have it aligned with the bottom of the site logo, as well as aligned flush-right. PageLines Framework v2.1.3 WordPress v 3.3.1 1. Turn off RSS/social media icons: WP admin -> PageLines -> Settings -> Header And Footer -> UNtick “Display the Blog RSS icon and link?” …

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How to: Custom WordPress Widget CSS Styling in Pagelines Framework 2.0

Goal: Custom Widget colors, text and rounded corners: Title: dark-blue background; bold, white font. Body: medium-blue background; rounded top-left/right corners. NOTE: these are only initial customizations. More is required. Solution: Add the following CSS to Child Theme stylesheet. [css] /* Widget Title: BG Color + Font */ h3.widget-title { background-color: #0B5487; /* Dark blue */ …

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How to: Create Custom Sidebar in Pagelines Framework 2.0

Goal: Add a custom Sidebar to Home page’s “Content” (not Template) area so any Widget can be added. WordPress framework: PageLines Framework 2.0.1 Solution: Copy one of the Sidebar sections and customize it to fit in the Content area of the Home page template. We’ll copy “Full Width Sidebar” and turn it into a new …

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Pagelines Framework 2.0 – Change Nav Menu Text Color

Problem: I can’t change the color of the text in the navigation using CSS. It’s way too confusing, and the SuckerFish nav CSS seems to always override my custom CSS. And there’s no way to change the color of nav text in the admin. Ugh! Note per the PageLines Forum: PageLines Framework 2.0’s Color Controls …

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