Looking for help removing white areas from /r/AfterZero

Posted In HTML & CSS
  • tokiyorio-tokiyorio 1 week ago
    I've been using a theme called "Flat Dark", I believe, as a base to work with and editing the images and formatting to come up with something a bit more original. Unfortunately I have lost the source as the last time I worked on this was about a year ago, otherwise I would have linked to it. [whatsapp web](https://openweb.onl/whatsapp-web/)  [whatsapp plus](https://modplus.pro/whatsapp-plus/)
    
    I'm not sure if it's RES causing the issue (as I know it sometimes can, for dark themes), but basically I'm having large white areas pop up surrounding posts and comments that I'm not sure how to remove. I'm pretty unfamiliar with CSS and am basically only capable of minor edits at the moment, when it comes to issues like this that require deeper understanding I'm at a bit of a loss.
    
    Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas on where to start to fix this issue? It seems to be a "selection" highlight that I don't know how to edit to not appear, or appear in a way that doesn't clash with the dark theme.

    I've been using a theme called "Flat Dark", I believe, as a base to work with and editing the images and formatting to come up with something a bit more original. Unfortunately I have lost the source as the last time I worked on this was about a year ago, otherwise I would have linked to it. whatsapp web whatsapp plus

    I'm not sure if it's RES causing the issue (as I know it sometimes can, for dark themes), but basically I'm having large white areas pop up surrounding posts and comments that I'm not sure how to remove. I'm pretty unfamiliar with CSS and am basically only capable of minor edits at the moment, when it comes to issues like this that require deeper understanding I'm at a bit of a loss.

    Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas on where to start to fix this issue? It seems to be a "selection" highlight that I don't know how to edit to not appear, or appear in a way that doesn't clash with the dark theme.

Please login or signup to leave a response.

Login

or Sign Up

Sign Up

or Login
×
tnylea
Cheers Friend!

I'm Tony, the creator of this site. I'm trying to increase my twitter following. Want to follow me?

Follow @tnylea If not, no worries :)