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Old Dec 30, 2012, 06:41 PM
12 posts · Dec 2012
Originally Posted by rosetrees
@JSiu. You can remove the arrows that show up in the plug-ins.

Go to CSS Files and then content.css. Scroll down and find "Unordered Lists in posts and comment bodies". There are two lines in there that add the arrows. Just delete them:

background: transparent url(%tpldir%/images/icons.png) -48px -84px no-repeat;
background: transparent url(%tpldir%/images/icons.png) 0px -48px no-repeat;
Thank you so much, I had the same problem and now it is solved.
I just launched my Wordpress blog yesterday

First I moved from blogger to Wordpress about a month ago, using a theme that met my needs but was a little boring, and a little outdated. I am very happy with Montezuma so far, but I need to go through a lot of old posts to assign featured images and that is going to take a while.


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