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  • #51905
    Hans
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    Hello,
    I automatically get separarator lines if I use code h3. How can I get rid of this separarator lines? If I use code h2 I automatically get capital letter (and btw no separarator lines) How can I change it to normal letters?

    Thank you
    Hans

    #51909
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    Hi Hans,

    Kindly show us your website URL.

    Regards,
    Dave

    #51916
    Hans
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    Hello Dave,

    the url is http://www.coolartdesigns.de and it is in secton 2.

    Hans

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    Hi Hans,

    Kindly go to Appearance>>Theme Option>>Basic Setting>>Custom CSS Box

    body.home section h3{border-bottom:none !important;}
    body.home section h2{text-transform:inherit;}

    Regards,
    Dave

    #52113
    Hans
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    Hi Dave,

    seam to work, thank you!

    But wouldn’t it be easier to make the thme less restrictive from the beginning? It would save lot of work on you side.

    Best regards
    Hans

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    Sure we will try it in our next themes.

    Regards,
    Dave

    #52156
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    Dave,

    there must be a mistake in programming from your side.

    This is how section2 looks like:
    <h3>Ihre Webseite ist ihre Visitenkarte und das Tor zur Internet-Welt.

    Vom klaren One-Page-Layout bis zur komplexen Verschachtelung mit und ohne Shop Anbindung ist alles realisierbar.

    Verpassen sie nicht sich richtig zu präsentieren!

    Die richtige Website ist ein Schlüssel zum Erfolg.

    Beispiele finden sie auf dem Seiten unserer Kunden oder im Link Beispielseiten.

    Haben wir ihr Interesse geweckt?

    Dann setzen sie sich noch heute mit uns unverbindlich in Verbindung.</h3>

    But if you take a look on http://coolartdesigns.de/#services you will realize that the first line “Ihre Webseite ist ihre Visitenkarte……” will be shown in different font size even it was coded h3 strong.

    Any explanation for that?

    Thanks
    Hans

    #52823
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    Have not received an reply on that!

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    Hi Hans,

    The first line is in h3 strong

    <h3>Ihre Webseite ist ihre Visitenkarte und das Tor zur Internet-Welt.</h3> and rest of the text used in paragraph tags.

    Regards,
    Dave

    #52831
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    Hello Dave,

    I am sorry to say that you are wrong. As you can see in my post above the code “h3 strong” was all over and ended after the last line. But obviously the first line is different than the others.

    Best regards
    Hans

    #52889
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    Okay, So was your issue resolved?

    Regards,
    Dave

    #52893
    Hans
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    No it was not. Strangely it was gone after resetting and rearanging the complete section.

    BTW can I use different defines font size or do I have to go with h2 and h3 only?

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