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#1 infoarcadedigitalcom

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Posted 08 June 2010 - 07:44 PM

My original StationPro theme can be found here, www.cfdblaze.com, and it looks great. The lower right footer widget area has a mailchimp email contact plugin. It works fine on the StationPro theme. The new StationPro bbPress forum has the same footer widget area, but the mailchimp email widget in the lower right footer is jogged funny. www.cfdblaze.com/forums/ What can I do? I have looked at this on Safari, Firefox, and IE7 and it is the same on each. Thank you in advance, your themes and support are wonderful. Thank You!

#2 bryan-hadaway

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 06:21 AM

Try adding this to your Custom CSS:

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 04:04 PM

Bryan,

1. In BaseStationForum there are 2 CSS files, admin.css and bbadmin.css. Are these one of the files? Which one?

2. Where exactly in a file would you place this?

Here is wwhat a moderator from bbpress.org gave me when I asked for help there too:

I'm afraid thats not got anything to do with bbPress so there's not a lot we can do to help. Given that the code is output, its probably jsut a styling issue, which really is something you can find out at any of the CSS websites on the interweb.

Additioanlly, you have paid for theme, so you should probably ask there instead of here, given that your bbPress works :)

Oh go on then, because I'm being nice...

Right, if you open up the source of your webpage in a browser, you'll see some hardcoded (awful idea) CSS into your WordPress page (line 70).
Just copy that into your bbPress forums, and it too will look the same:

And really bro, if you pay for a theme and then it doesn't look like the way you want it, go ask at the forum of where you bought the theme :) WE're the folks giving up our time for free!!


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Can you interpret this for me in a way I can implement it without fear or risk of breaking the theme or making it worse?

Thank you for all your help.

#4 cmunns

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 05:24 PM

The place Bryan was talking about was the form field in the theme options. This makes it so that you do not have to access directly the css files. In THEME OPTIONS > CUSTOM CODE > CUSTOM CSS you can simply add this code and it should look fine: `label.mc_var_label {display:block;}` (you do not need the code that Bryan provided though)

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Posted 11 June 2010 - 10:22 AM

Be sure and mark this thread as Resolved if that worked for you so others can benefit.

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#6 infoarcadedigitalcom

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Posted 13 June 2010 - 04:09 AM

Bryan and Adam, thanks, Adams code in the custom css window did the trick. Have a great weekend.