9 responses to “Controlling the elements”

  1. conz

    cool…

    thanks for good information

  2. ek yerleştirme

    Structure is a child theme of the Hybrid theme framework, which means you must have Hybrid installed for it to work.

  3. eu wetten

    If most people wrote about this subject with the eloquence that you just did, I’m sure people would do much more than just read, they act. Great stuff here. Please keep it up.

  4. Isa Coolman

    You made many nice points there. I did a search on the theme and located mainly persons will consider your blog.

  5. razors

    This is my first time here so I’m just writing a quick post to say hi. Looks like a decent forum so I’m happy to be involved. lol, that’s really all I got

  6. Lê Anh

    Good :)

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  8. Enzo Capone

    Hi Justin. Thank you for your very fine work. Maybe I don’t know enough about it, but I was wandering why with “structure” the tag has different styling compared to all other , , , . Does the different styling of the serve a special purpose?

  9. Enzo Capone

    Addendum to previous entry. I’m noticing that my comment entry strips out the h tag I used as example. Thus, I should be remaking my point. My question is: why does the “h3″ tag look different from other “h” tags. Is there a special purpose for that? I thank you in advance for any courteous attention to my perhaps naive question.

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