Adjusting margin on images on a page

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  • #41576

    audigy
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    Hey guys,

     

    Using the Executive theme and want to adjust the margin on the images i am using on my pages so they align all the way to the left of the content container. Here is a screenshot that kind of describes what i am trying to do visually.

    http://cl.ly/image/0i251X0H2T0E

    I want this image to take up the entire white section where the content container is instead of having a padded margin around it.

    Does this make sense?

     

    http://www.upallmorning.com/people/marketing/william-smith/
    #41579

    KiwiDean
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    You can do it by changing the content padding to something like this
    #content {

        float: left;
        padding: 30px 0 0;
        width: 800px;

    But then your text will also run out to the edges which I don’t think you want.

    Someone else more technical than I may have a better suggestion.


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    #41580

    audigy
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    Yeah i want the text to stay where it is, i just dont want the images to.

    #41589

    wmwebdes
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    Can we have a link to the actual site please.
    That way we can take a look at the CSS and adjust it on the fly.

    #41615

    audigy
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    Yep, it is in the post but here it is again:

    http://www.upallmorning.com/people/marketing/william-smith/

     

    #41833

    audigy
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    Anyone have some thoughts?

    #41943

    audigy
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    Pretty desperate. Anyone? Sigh

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