Create Wrapper elements to add different background outside of the grid for header,content,footer in Zen5?
Hi Zen people, I have been working with Omega so far and am still learning Zen and can't figure out how to add a simple wrapper element outside of my grid system so I can divide the page background in three sections for example:Page background behind Header is yellow, behind content its red, behind footer its say blue...
Kind of like in the screenshot...
I need some help with a theme problem.
I'm getting a horizontal scroll bar and I can't figure out where it's coming from. The site is a fixed-width and should render at 1000px. The page seems to think it's 1897px wide. The site is http://prussingelementary.org and is a Zen child theme.
If you can see the problem quickly, please let me know what I've done!
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Sorry for asking something so simple but I just cannot find the solution. I am trying to remove the underlining from links in the menus, I know how to do it but I cannot figure out which style sheet to modify. I tried in the zen subtheme standard sheets, also used Firebug to see (which gave me html-elements which I put in the subtheme folder and enabled in .info file) and system-menus; tried to add "textpdecroation: none;" in several places (links, lists etc) but the underlining is still there.