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    I’ve merged my child stylesheet with the parent, and it seems to have worked perfectly, except for one thing.

    The header line spacing is different – there is a larger gap between the top margins and the header text.

    Here’s a comparison:

    I’ve used Firebug to work out which value needs changing (or it could be something I forgot to add to the parent from the child), but I can’t find what’s causing it.

    Here’s the website:

    There’s also a few other things I’d like to change, but I’ll get to them when I can remember them! I’ve come back to my website after a year off, I’ve forgotten a lot of changes I wanted to make to it back then!

    First couple are

    -removing the categories completely


    -removing the extraneous pages – in particular when you right click and open an image in a new tab, it brings you to a page full of all the images from across the website, I’d like to remove that option entirely.

    (example here:

    I have just gone through a few blog posts, and it seems only a handful of them have these extra “gallery” pages, so I’m assuming there is an option where you can toggle it on and off, and I just forgot to do it for some posts?

    Yaphi Berhanu

    To fix the header spacing, go to .entry-title and add margin-top: 0px;

    That should fix it.



    Another thing I’d like to remove is the responsiveness, it can get quite clunky on a phone or tablet so I’d prefer to leave it static.

    There’s a section in the CSS called “Responsive-ness” so I’ve deleted that and it’s sorted most of it, but the menu appears to have it’s own attributes somewhere else.

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