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feltons

Hi, I have followed your tutorial on youtube and created a static home page for my site. However I have having a few problems trying to work out the following.... 1. How to remove/hide the page title "Home". I have followed advice on the forums ( various custom CSS methods), but they don't seem to work for me. Maybe i'm entering the code in the css box wrong or something. 2. I have added some text and a twitter feed to the static home page. But I would like them to apper next to each other rather than on top of each other. I have played around with the various template and page layout options but can't seem to make this happen. Thanks in advance for any help, I am a total web site noob but your product has enabled even me to produce a great looking website so far :D

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feltons
Ok i've fixed number 1, if anyone else is looking for a solution. Go to Global Settings > Website Setup and near the bottom there is an option to "Automatically show Page titles?" just untick the box.

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catrina
[quote]2. I have added some text and a twitter feed to the static home page. But I would like them to apper next to each other rather than on top of each other. I have played around with the various template and page layout options but can't seem to make this happen.[/quote] ^ You'll need to adjust the width for both the text and the Twitter feed in order for them to fit next to each other and adjust them so that they're side-by-side (using CSS) or if it's possible, you can add the code for the Twitter feed to a sidebar and enable the sidebar layout. Is the Twitter feed generated using a plugin?

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feltons
Yeah i'm using the Twitter All-In-One plugin from the pagelines store.

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catrina
I'm borrowing a computer and I can't check and test to see to what extent the Twitter feed can be customized. Do you use Firebug for Firefox?

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feltons
Yeah i've got firebug. I have managed to make the twitter part the right size and align it to the right, but I can't work out how to reduce the text (post) area by 50%. [url="http://c7037342.myzen.co.uk/"]http://c7037342.myzen.co.uk/[/url] [code]

content, blah, blah, blah, blah.

[/code]

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Danny
Hi, The Twitter all in one, is a third party section and therefore, you will need to contact the developer for assistance. The developers contact information can be found on this page. http://www.pagelines.com/store/sections/twitter-all-in-one/?product_ref=true

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feltons
Ok but can anyone help me set the size of the post loop to 50% width?

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Danny
Hi, To set the Postloop width to 50% try the following code: [code]#postloop .section-postloop {width:50%;}[/code]

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