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Break out the aspirin - time to give everyone a headache :). How the heck can I do the following?

1.) Remove the horizontal rule that appears right above the words COMMENT FORM on the day view of an entry?

Example here: http://marahmarie.livejournal.com/4847.html?mode=reply
Screencap here: http://pics.livejournal.com/marahmarie/pic/00001666

2.) Remove the graphic that denotes the end of a journal post from my Calendar page and Subject pages (the wide, skinny, colorful graphic) - while leaving it visible on the entries themselves?

Example here: http://marahmarie.livejournal.com/calendar - and here: http://marahmarie.livejournal.com/2008/05/
Screencap here: http://pics.livejournal.com/marahmarie/pic/000026g6

3.) Change the color of the large date-header seen at the top left of the entry on day views and the color of the words COMMENT FORM from #444 to that soft blue I'm using on the layout?

Example here: http://marahmarie.livejournal.com/2008/06/09/
Screencap here: http://pics.livejournal.com/marahmarie/pic/000039tg

Got question #3 licked (if anyone is curious the code for it is h2 {color: ##53a9d5} - pretty easy). Still need questions #1 and #2 answered, though.

About the CSS: a Mixit theme done by grrliz and modified by me on a paid account.

If I'm not being clear enough about what's wrong or what I want to change please let me know.


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Jun. 12th, 2008 12:36 pm (UTC)
This situation is one of those where you can take advantage of the fact that one can apply different styling to different page views in Expressive.

1. .lj-view-reply hr {display: none;}

2. I can't figure out why Liz used the entry background code for the colored bar, rather than the entry footer code, but anyway:
.lj-view-month .asset,
.lj-view-archive .asset {background-image: none;}
Jun. 12th, 2008 09:07 pm (UTC)
Thank you! The code you gave me works like a charm.

"I can't figure out why Liz used the entry background code for the colored bar, rather than the entry footer code, but anyway:"

No, I can't either, but that's a common theme in her themes, so to speak, to put background images in sort of unusual places. If you think it should be a container image, doesn't matter, she puts it in the body code. And so on. It comes up for me the most in s2_bloggish, where I edit her style sheets for other users and have to keep in mind that her background images are not going to show up where I'd expect them to maybe 3 or 4 times out of every 10.

I think she just likes to keep us on our toes :)...

BTW, Mike, can you pop over to s2bloggish sometime soon? I'll have a question for you there shortly about the code you gave watchmebe today - I can't get it to compile, not for love or money.
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