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    Hello Hello my friend. It's me back again for more help.

    Ok this time see this pic:

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/936463/comment.jpg

    it's the comment part which u see it down with every topic. Here is an example http://www.kamalagsam.org/البطولة-ال...#1575;م/

    I would like to change everything u see in that pic. I mean:

    1- Change the name " Previous post".

    2- Change the name " No Comments Yet ".

    3- Change the name "Leave a comment".

    4- I rally want to move the boxes from right to left and also change the size because as u can see the word "comment" is not clear there.

    5-I want to move the labels which are next to the boxes from left to right and change the label itself.

    I know I'm making a lot of changes because this website is for those people who does not speck English and I want it to look good.

    Thank u my friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippocrates1985 View Post
    Hello Hello my friend. It's me back again for more help.


    1- Change the name " Previous post".

    2- Change the name " No Comments Yet ".

    3- Change the name "Leave a comment".
    These are more WordPress things, where you need to dig into the WP code (which is not my thing) so I have to leave them to someone else (perhaps it's worth starting a new thread just for that sort of thing).

    I rally want to move the boxes from right to left and also change the size because as u can see the word "comment" is not clear there ... I want to move the labels which are next to the boxes from left to right and change the label itself.
    Try changing (style.css 2518)

    Code:
    #commentform label {
    display: block;
    width: 70px;
    float: left;
    }
    to

    Code:
    #commentform label {
    display: block;
    width: 110px;
    float: right;
    }
    Also add this:

    Code:
    label small {display: none;}
    and change this (2525)

    Code:
    #commentform textarea {
    width: 618px;
    max-width: 618px;
    min-width: 618px;
    height: 206px;
    min-height: 206px;
    overflow: auto;
    }
    to this

    Code:
    #commentform textarea {
    width: 500px;
    max-width: 500px;
    height: 206px;
    min-height: 206px;
    overflow: auto;
    }
    and change the label itself
    Again, a WP question, as you need to dig into the PHP files behind the scenes and change the WP templates.

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    Thank you so much even that I'm a little bit late but I got busy lately. Everything u told me worked great and I had more changes which they now fit perfectly. I could not do that without ur help my friend.

    Let me see if you can help me in this. I'm facing a problem controling my posts in a good way. I mean let me give you an example. Go to this weird post:

    http://www.kamalagsam.org/البطل-اللبناني-أحمد-حيدر/

    As you can see there are 2 pics one on the top and one on the bottom. The first one on the top is cut and I really do not want it. It appears by itself when I set a thumbnail to my topics. I have to set a thumbnail because I want to see the pic on the main page. For our example from the main page it is the fourth topic and u can notice it from the pic.

    So id there any way which I can set a thumbnail without let it appear in the post ?

    I hope I made myself clear and if not, let me know to explain more.

    Thank u for everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hippocrates1985 View Post
    So is there any way which I can set a thumbnail without let it appear in the post ?
    Yes, certainly. It should not appear there. However, in this case it would be best to dig in to your template and remove the code that is putting the thumbnail there. But you will need to get help in the WordPress forum with that.

    A second option—which I would not do myself, but which you can use if you are desperate—is just to hide the thumbnail with CSS:

    Code:
    .single-post figure.featured-thumbnail {display: none;}
    I don't like to do that, though, as it is still there in the HTML, so people still have to download it etc.


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