Bulletproof date?

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Bulletproof date?

Post by u1amo01 » Sun Dec 09, 2007 10:35 pm

After updating to s9y 1.2.1 there is a dotted line shown at the bottom of each posting date. mouse over shows a symbol like a question mark with an arrow.

How could I get rid of this dotted line?

See as example http://blog.u1amo01.de/archives/428-Ser ... 1.2.1.html
(the line at the bottom of "Sonntag, 9. Dezember 2007")

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Post by Don Chambers » Sun Dec 09, 2007 10:39 pm

Nuts... I thought I took that out. BP contains some hAtom stuff, and that is one of them. To suppress the border on the entry date, use this:

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.serendipity_date abbr{
    border-bottom: 0;
}


Also note the new feature in bp 1.2 to specify a user "override" stylesheet.... so you can place that line in user.css (which you have to create, then activate via "manage styles") rather than editing one of bp's stylesheets.

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Post by u1amo01 » Sun Dec 09, 2007 10:55 pm

Ah, ok.

I've put it in my user color set. ;-)

I'll play with the new user.css during the next days. Sounds interesting.

Thank you for the fast answer. :-)

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Post by Don Chambers » Sun Dec 09, 2007 11:25 pm

No problem. I REALLY thought I took care of that in one of the stylesheets..... must have been on one of my mental "to-do" lists! :)

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Post by mattsches » Mon Dec 10, 2007 11:17 pm

I've just sent u1amo01's blog through Optimus, the Microformats parser and validator, and it returned a couple of errors. Same with my own blog. :O(

Since it was my hAtom patch you added to Bulletproof, I will look into that sometime soon and post my results here. It's possible that Optimus' validation is too strict, I have to look up the specs first. If there is something wrong with our hAtom implementation, we should correct this in the next release.

- Mattsches

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Post by Don Chambers » Wed Dec 12, 2007 6:47 am

Thanks. Keep us posted. We can easily release.... dare I say it .... v. 1.2.1 of BP if we find enough of these little modifications!!! :D

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