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TIPS & TRICKS Misc

How do I make it  that a page doesn’t link to anything?

I’d like to use this page
– as a menu element leading to submenus pages
– but not displaying any content itself .
                      Just use « # » at the link. That won’t go anywhere.

With the Menu you can setup navigational links to non-WordPress sections of your site or to off-site resources.
You can also create a hand-crafted menu that links to pages, posts, categories, or anything within your site.

Shortcuts

Add “@” to your site’s basis URL to jump directly to the admin area. E.g.
http://name.ly/follow/@ will redirect you to http://name.ly/follow/wp-admin/

If you are signed in as a site administrator, add “+” to your site’s basis URL to see the visitor analytics:
http://name.ly/analytics/+ will provide you with the stats page

CHANGING MENU APPEARANCE IN TWENTY TEN

How would I change the font color and background colour of the navigation bar?

To see how the gist of the menu styles in Twenty Ten, check the original stylesheet and look for the « =Menu » section.

You can change the top navigation background and font colors with this CSS:

#access 
 { background: #fff; 
 } 

#access a 
 { color: #000; 
 } 

#access ul ul 
       { box-shadow: 0px 3px 3px rgba(255,255,255,0.2); 
         -moz-box-shadow: 0px 3px 3px rgba(255,255,255,0.2); 
         -webkit-box-shadow: 0px 3px 3px rgba(255,255,255,0.2); 
       } 

#access ul ul a 
      { background: #fff; 
      } 
#access li:hover > a, 
#access ul ul :hover > a 
       { background: #ddd; color: #333; 
       } 
#access ul li.current_page_item > a, 
#access ul li.current_page_parent > a, 
#access ul li.current-menu-ancestor > a, 
#access ul li.current-menu-item > a, 
#access ul li.current-menu-parent > a 
        { color: #000; 
        } 

* html #access ul li.current_page_item a, 
* html #access ul li.current_page_parent a, 
* html #access ul li.current-menu-ancestor a, 
* html #access ul li.current-menu-item a, 
* html #access ul li.current-menu-parent a, 
* html #access ul li a:hover 
      { color: #666; 
      }

Adjust the colors as necessary. See this page for more info about colors:http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-color/#svg-color

TWENTY TEN BCKGOUND & TEXT COLOURS

To change the background color of the main content area on the Twenty Ten theme, use this CSS:

#wrapper { background: #666; }

You’ve set a darker gray background on the entry-content class. You can remove this and use the above CSS instead.

.entry-content { background-color:#333333; }

To change the color of the main bits of text :

#content, #content input, #content textarea { color: #fff; }

To adjust link colors.
You can copy this and adjust the colors as necessary.

.entry-meta a, .entry-utility a 
 { color: #888; 
 } 
.entry-meta a:hover, 
.entry-utility a:hover 
 { color: #ff4b33; 
 } 
.comment-meta a:link, .comment-meta a:visited 
 { color: #888; 
 } 
.comment-meta a:active, .comment-meta a:hover 
 { color: #ff4b33; 
 } 
#site-info a 
 { color: #000; 
 } 
#site-generator a { color: #666; }

1) How do I now get rid of the small black bar above the header now?

#branding img { border-top: none; }

ADDING IMAGE

I would like to place a small GIF to the right side of the Main Title.

#site-title span a { padding-right: 40px; background: url(http://s.wordpress.org/about/images/logos/wordpress-logo-32-blue.png) no-repeat center right; }

Replace http://s.wordpress.org/about/images/logos/wordpress-logo-32-blue.png with your image link. Adjust the 40px right padding until it fits with the size of your image.

WP THEMES

Of course, the WordPress Theme Directory can be frustrating in its lack of themes that work with WordPress 3.0. Many of the themes look a little out of date and lots look very bloggy. Here are some trusted sites where you can find free WordPress themes.

Free Themes

Premium Sites with some Free WordPress Themes

There are plenty more so look around! Don’t type free WordPress themes into Google though!