Still populating the home in a vertical taxonomies line instead of spread on all the home

See below, thx!!

  • C3MDigital
    • Flash Drive

    Hi Donmcint,

    The subcategory links are not showing because they are being blocked by some css.
    In layout.css on line 296 change:

    .cat-item {
    display:none;
    }

    to:

    .cat-item {
    dislay:inline;
    }

    <strike>You also have a js error in the file bp-share-it.js It's missing

    var jq = jQuery; at the top of the file.</strike>

    Actually the js error is because the file: global.js is not being loaded on that page. Not sure if you need it on that page but it's always a good idea to not have js or XHTML errors.

    Here is what the page looked like when I made the CSS change in Chrome Developer Tools

  • DavidM
    • DEV MAN’s Mascot

    C3MDigital, that really is mighty awesome of you to provide that detailed adjustment. I gave you a few rep points for that one.

    PS. I really love Chrome's inspection tools. I used to use Firebug but it's nice that Chrome doesn't use a plugin for that.

  • C3MDigital
    • Flash Drive

    PS. I really love Chrome's inspection tools. I used to use Firebug but it's nice that Chrome doesn't use a plugin for that.

    I'm a self proclaimed CSS hacker. I couldn't live without Chrome Developer Tools. I just wish there was a plugin or something that would let you save your edits as a file.

    @Donmcint Your welcome. The jq is just an alias for jQuery to keep the scripts organized.

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