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Hiding/Eliminating Ginormous Welcome Text + Masthead

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ihayes    0
ihayes

hi nick! i love your theme- amazing design and very easy to use! i would like to hide the ginormous welcome banner and masthead, is there any simple way to do this?

ideally i would like the website to begin right at the about section, and eliminate the entire intro. i have attached a screen cap of what i want to achieve

you can see my website here: www.designersduty.org 

thank you!

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Sure try this on for size

 

 

 

.citi-content-first,.citi-break-1 {display:none;}
 

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YES! that worked, thank you so much.

i would like to keep the first banner that appears before the about section- is this possible? (the banner with the brown background and multi-color squares)

lastly, is there a way i can incorporate your projects/portfolio plugin with the current portfolio section of this theme?

-india

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Sure take out the .citi-break-1 in the above code, that will leave the first image break in place.

 

For your section question, I'll look into providing support in a near-future update. There's really no way to embed teh section due to the way PageLines runs sections (as in, its not IN the actual page content persay).

 

Nick


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http://fotostheme.com

 

Nick Haskins & CO - New home for all of my PageLines Store products! 

http://nickhaskins.co

 

Better DMS - News, Tutorials, and Tips

http://betterdms.com

 

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oh-- i see, no worries. thanks- i'll keep a look out for the update

thanks!

-india

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