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[SOLVED] Where is the Kicker and Byline?


 
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Old Mar 13, 2009, 12:09 PM
beallmansion
 
1 posts · Mar 2009
[SOLVED] Where is the Kicker and Byline?

Started using the Atahualpa theme on my blog. Fantastic job with the theme! I have some questions.

First I would like to use a byline in my blog but I cannot find the area where I can write it. Is there some code that I have to include?

Second, there is an area above my headline that only appears on the permanant link page. It is separated by a grey dashed line, and it forces my text down on the page. I would like to get rid of it, is this the kicker?

Here is the page of my blog if anyone would like to take a look. Any help would be appreciated.

http://beallmansion.com/blog_st_louis/wordpress/?p=7
 

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