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adamw33

Hello, I followed the direction here: http://www.pagelines.com/forum/topic/4294 And got pretty close to what I want but now the nav bar below the feature is missbehaving. There is still a line even when I remove the nav. Here is the custom CSS that I put in

#feature-area, .feature-wrap, #feature_slider .fmedia, #feature_slider .fcontent, #feature_slider .text-bottom .fmedia .dcol-pad, #feature_slider .text-bottom .feature-pad, #feature_slider .text-none .fmedia .dcol-pad {
	height: 300px;
	width: 730px;
	}
	.home #feature_slider{width:730px;}
	.home #sidebar-wrap{margin-top:-390px;}

Suggestions? The sidebar is supposed to wrap up the side. Thanks.

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adamw33

Also, using that CSS I cant get the text location options on the post's feature setting to work. It's either bottom (which covers the whole feature) or nothing. I'd like to be able to put the text on the left or right.

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Kate

Hey Adam, It looks like the reason the sidebar isn't going up is the "home" class isn't actually generated. Try using "blog" instead. BTW: I'm going to respond to the text question in your other thread.

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adamw33

Thanks I deleted the .home class altogether and that seemed to work. Might this cause problems elsewhere. I dont plant to put the feature anywhere but my home/posts page.

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adamw33

It did effect the individual post pages. I added .blog and it worked perfectly. Thanks!

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