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    TheWebSerf commented  · 

    It is a rough and bumpy road with signs pointing all the wrong directions. My best advice is to upload boostrap css right out the gates and try to eradicate every shred of css code that is written into the theme. Then, only use custom layouts derived from bootstrap. You also want to use an external css and js file linked to your personal server. If you choose to run everything through their dashboard, I believe it takes 5 screens and about 30s to a minute to update a js or css file each and every time. Don't forget to rebuild the theme every single time, too.

    Oh, and triple whatever hours you think its going to take. lol.

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    TheWebSerf commented  · 

    I made this happen. First of all, editing the template files is virtually useless because everything that you want to edit is not available to edit. So the next option is manipulating it with jquery and css. Since they use overflow:hidden and a max height on the blogs, the whole blog post is there, its just a matter of going through each post and taking out what you want and hiding the rest.

    email me for help info@thewebserf.com

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