Just make that exactly as.

Masgalas: Why is ithis happening?

Errington: I have changed everything

Rabago: So it is like the rest

Posik: Ok finally got https working, but it doesn’t work if pretty permalinks are used. anyone have any ideas? Apache server

Egure: Goodnight. thanx all for your remarks about the wordpress org account issue. they’ve been helpful. see ya all

Ancy: Had to set AllowOverride to All on var/www

Podratz: But still only works with default permalinks

Ragle: Restarted apache, resaved htaccess

Merryweather: Hi all, i was wondering if you could help me with formatting a custom theme

Masser: Hi all, i was wondering if you could help me with formatting a custom theme

Egley: I want the margins/text/format of my regular pages http://empirewriter.com/about/ to look like my blog http://empirewriter.com/blog/

Nordeen: Pick a place to start.

Nordeen: They look the same to me.

Flegle: AerysIITargaryen: Please use the built-in Developer Tools of your browser to fix problems with your website. Right click your page and pick “Inspect Element” Cr, FF, Op or press F12-button IE to track down CSS problems. Use the console to see JavaScript bugs.

Maleszka: Okay great, where would i find something like margins?

Nordeen: On the container that is setting them

Nordeen: So most likely some div

Nordeen: The margins on the 2 pages you posted above look the same to me.

Nordeen: About is using cl***=”container” and blog is using cl***=”container blog_container”

Keeler: What browser are you using

Kunicki: I’m gonna take a look in chrome

Addie: Right, that seems to be what i’m after for the pages

Galabeas: How would i incorporate that into the about page?

Gollihue: And to new pages in general

Nordeen: About is using cl***=”container” and blog is using cl***=”container blog_container”

Stokke: Right, how do i change that for the about page

Nordeen: Add this cl*** — blog_container . to the page template and container you want to change

Nordeen: If that’s your goal, to make the normal pages the same layout as the “blog” page.

Shirakawa: For spacing and font, is it the same thing? try to find them under “inspect element”?

Nordeen: Yes, if you want duplicate something

Nordeen: You can do that on any website, copy the code and apply it as you wish

Nordeen: Or re-use whole blocks of code using cl***es, id’s etc.

Nordeen: Be aware that shifting one section of code could mean you have to shift one or more other bits of code around as well

Bellew: Woohoo that did the margins

Norko: Opsec i have another question if you don’t mind

Leitzinger: I was able to fix everything thus far

Boyles: AerysIITargaryen: Don’t ask to ask, just ask :

Branon: Haha sure, just trying not to be like “HELP ME BRO”

Philogene: On a single blog post like this: http://empirewriter.com/testing-new-post/ do you think i can change the comments system by adding a plugin?

Hoerl: AerysIITargaryen: Google result for body boys legend of the pipers youtube – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PvC3bJBLf8

Nordeen: I’m sure there’s no end to custom comments plugins

Ingraham: I think i may do disqus if i can

Nordeen: No, i disable comments mostly, and if i used them, i’d have only the fields i needed, without a plugin

Nordeen: That’s theme specific functionality in my opinion and belongs in the template files

Engh: Hmm i could just keep it as is, as well

Lavadera: It’s not like it’s a problem

Nordeen: Just make that exactly as you want it and call the comments form template tag in your theme files