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  1. Hi all! I'm having an issue figuring out how to specify in the Custom CSS section that I'd like to make modifications to Callout sections individually, rather than site-wide. This code will hide the text and title on all of the Callouts:   .callout_text {    display: none;  }   I've been trying to figure out how to only apply it to Callout clone #2, but can't get it right. I know it involves "clone_2", but I'm unable to find the relevant line with Firebug. Could someone please help? Thank you!
  2. I have created a Callout (see the orange bar on the below website) and uploaded a custom "Start Now" button. Is there anyway I can also add a hover button? I want it so when you mouse over the button, the button looks pressed. I have the .png file, I'm just not sure how to reference it and where. I worked recently on a website design for a Drupal website and the developer taught me how to save a "Sprite" image for buttons. Would that work in Wordpress and the Pagelines Framework? Can you point me to the CSS that I would create to make the hover button happen? Website is: http://www.family-classics.com/ Thanks!
  3. Hi all, I would like to make my callout header into a link. How would I do this? I'm on Pagelines Framework version 2.3.8. Thank you! Bryan
  4. Callout customizations

    How can I have the entire Callout area moved to the right, like this: http://screencast.com/t/QX3pQIvM2s ? And shouldn't there be a box in Page Settings for adding a class to Callout section, or some other way to style just one Callout instead of all of them, like with a text-align:right; or something? Thank you.
  5. Hi Guys, May I ask you to how can but ( image or color ) background to Highlight, Masthead,Callout and Hero unit sections. Thanks a lot
  6. Looking for the css code to eliminate callout button.
  7. Was wondering how to put a border around the callout image. I tried using: #callout .callout_image img { border: 5px solid #fff; } It works on firefox but on chrome, it's shrinks the whole image very tiny. Any suggestions would be appreciated.