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Remove first division line in home page
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TOPIC: Remove first division line in home page

Remove first division line in home page 15 Jul 2012 12:58 #657

Hi again
I have a problem with the division line in the home page.
I mean the "------------" under the gallary view, before the first news in home page.
(you can see better here Home Page).

Is there a possibility to remove it? Only the line between gallary and news. The others are ok

Thank you

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Re: Remove first division line in home page 16 Jul 2012 03:19 #665

hi
You go to templates/jf_texturia/css/templates.css line 203 remove this line:
background: url("../images/jf_div.png") repeat-x scroll left bottom transparent;
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Re: Remove first division line in home page 18 Jul 2012 12:02 #687

Hi, the problem is not solved... I mean, the separator between gallery preview in homapage and first news is still there

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Re: Remove first division line in home page 19 Jul 2012 05:09 #690

Because you haven't removed it. I still see it on templates/jf-texturia/css/templates.css file line 203
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Re: Remove first division line in home page 29 Jul 2012 14:24 #754

Thk finally I removed it correctly... but I must say that was better with, so i put again in css file

Thank you for help

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