How do I change padding size in primary sidebar

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    Sebastian
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    I’m running the new “eleven40 Pro” theme and would like to run ads in the primary side bar. I’d like to have 2 rows by 2 columns ads each being 125×125 pixels. Problem is, the padding is too big to allow all 4 ads. Can anyone helps? This is my practice website so don’t mind the look.

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    #57180

    braddalton
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    The primary sidebar width is 250px which is why it won ‘t fit if using the default layout.

    You can reduce the sizes of your images or increase the sidebar widths then decrease the content width.

    Are you want to use the same layout on your test site? Sidebar-Content-Sidebar?


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    #57242

    Sebastian
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    Yes I’d like to use the Sidebar-Content-Sidebar layout. I’d like to either reduce the “padding” in the side bar… or change the width of the Content and sidebar. Make content wider and sidebar smaller. Either one would work.

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    braddalton
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    Have you tried the Genesis Layout Extras plugin?


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