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iTunes button hidden behind text on the sermons page
4 November, 2011
7:34 am
leonamanutd
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Dear all, Is there anyone that can take a look at my site at http://leonalim.com/kaog/sermons/ and let me know why the itunes subscribe button is not on top of the Sermons title but behind all the text? Any way to edit that will help. The CSS looks fine to me. Thanks

7 November, 2011
7:11 pm
Ben Miller
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Hello, leonamanutd,
I looked at your site, and I think I see the problem. The problem is caused by a conflict between your WordPress theme's CSS (headway-2013) and your SermonBrowser Style template. Both have defined a "clear" class, and they are conflicting. Here is how I recommend you fix it.

In the WordPress control panel, under "Sermons," "Templates," there are three templates that Sermon Browser uses to generate the sermon pages. The last one, "Style," contains CSS for Sermon Browser. Rename the ".clear" class so that it does not conflict with your theme. To do this, find the following line in the Style template:

.clear {

and change it to:

.sb-clear {

Next, we need to change the other two templates to use the new class name. To do this, look through the Search Results Page template and the Sermon Page template for this code:

class="clear"

Everywhere you see it, replace it with:

class="sb-clear"

After you are done editing all three templates, click the Save button at the bottom of the screen.

Please let us know if you have any questions about the instructions. Also, please let us know after you try it, so we can take a look. Thanks!

Mark Barnes, I don't know if this has been changed in recent versions or not, but if you could make this change to the default templates, it would help future installers with potential theme conflicts. Thanks!

Ben Miller, Pathways Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA
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10 November, 2011
3:49 am
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Dear Ben! IT worked! I am so grateful to you, thank you so much!

10 November, 2011
4:09 am
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Hi all, if you look at my page right now it's working fine http://leonalim.com/kaog/sermons/

Plus is there a way to separate the two sermons by some kind of border? I checked other church sites and they always have a border/line. Coz now it looks mashed up together.

10 November, 2011
4:57 am
Ben Miller
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Leona, try this:
In the Sermon Browser Style template, look for everywhere that you find "#content" and remove it. Most of these will be at the beginning of the line, but there are a few lines that have it in the middle of the line. Just delete "#content" from the lines. For example, you'll find a line like this:

#content div.sermon-browser table, #content div.sermon-browser td {

Remove "#content" two places in this line, so it looks like this:

div.sermon-browser table, div.sermon-browser td {

After you are done editing the template, click the Save button. Please let us know if you are still having trouble.

The reason you need to do this is that, unlike most themes, your theme does not have a div with id="content" containing the content of your pages.

Mark Barnes, I'm not sure what the reason was to require "#content" in the default Style template, but perhaps it should be removed to make the default styles compatible with more themes.

Ben Miller, Pathways Church, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA
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10 November, 2011
5:33 am
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Awesome! It's looking perfect now. thanks for all the help!

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