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Yeah that is what I put in it thinking that would override what was there. When I’m actually done it won’t be that wide but I needed a size that I could tell was actually doing something. However I think there is a !important tag for width already in default.css that may be contributing to the issue.
Originally I just did the edits the default, adminbar, style.css for BuddyPress. But the last update broke all the changes. So now I’m trying to do it through the child theme so it won’t break with a BP update.
I was able to reverse the “look” of the tabs, to put the curve on the bottom by removing the border-radius-top### and adding in:
I can make the header larger, moving the tabs below the image. But then it makes a larger gap between the image and the main body of the page. Is there a way to make it so instead of hovering over the logo, they hover over the main page now?
I tried it again. Appears to be working now. I must of missed something when I cut and pasted everything in.
Any idea how to get the ‘wp-admin-bar’ to be above your header image instead of hovering at the top, on top of your logo image?
I’ve never done a child theme before. I followed these instructions here:
I created my style.css and added in the #header code you posted.
I’m confused about the functions.php. It says I’m supposed to name it something different, what do I name it and how do I then tie it into the other theme so that I can do the edit that you posted to it?