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As always I appreciate your insight and explanations.
Removing the line of CSS code solved my issue. I’m not sure why the code was needed before and/or how it allowed the meta data to still show… but as I stated earlier, I’ll just sit over here and feel like a knucklehead… but be glad that your solution solved my problem.
Thanks for your help! That solved it.
I added the following to the Custom CSS field under the Theme Options>Styles:
I did start to see a change to the look of the button, but not the right colors.
What am I missing that I should do differently.
I’m not strong in CSS at all so I’m kind of feeling my way through this.
Thanks for your help.
You can view at: http://www.simpson-direct.com/NEWDSGN102015TP/blog/
Interesting… I guess I’ve got some folks to talk with…
If I delete the CSS file that you pointed out, would that cause the theme to go back to your default CSS file?
Jason, as always, I appreciate your help.
I’ve not (knowingly) changed the CSS – I say that with confidence, I don’t know how to do that.
Is there a way that I can restore it back to the original?