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Can You Please Help Me Solve This Simple Yet Complicated Problem of Mine?

  • Avatar of ri-kun
    ri-kun
    Participant

    @ri-kun

    Hahaha.LOLZ. at the title.

    Kidding aside, Ive been trying to remove the bottom straight line under the nav.

    I’ve screencapped the problem. Just take a look at the direct link below:

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  • Avatar of pcwriter
    pcwriter
    Participant

    @pcwriter

    @ri-kun

    That would be the item-list-tabs. Try this:

    div.item-list-tabs {
    border-bottom:0;
    }

    To target stuff like that really easily, install the Firebug addon for Firefox.

    Avatar of ri-kun
    ri-kun
    Participant

    @ri-kun

    I already tried that one but it didnt work. any other suggestions?

    Avatar of nit3watch
    nit3watch
    Participant

    @nit3watch

    border-bottom:0 !important;

    try that?

    Avatar of Hugo
    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    And did you install Firebug? It may be a case that you need to increase the selector specificity by adding in parent selector elements , which might also be shown by firebug if you inspect the element and then look at the applied rulesets, it could show a number of antecedent selectors such as:

    #item-nav .item-list-tabs {}

    Avatar of Hugo
    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    !important might work but all in all it’s abused by the community If the specificity is matched then the ruleset coming last takes precedence and an adjusted rule should come after the one being trumped – !important also further compounds the issue of BP themes working or at least having a semblance of working with IE6 (A browser not yet having reached the end of it’s life sadly)

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    ri-kun
    Participant

    @ri-kun

    this one worked > ‘border-bottom:0 !important;’

    Thanks!

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