How to modify Enterprise theme body and sidebar spacing?

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    eranm
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    I am using the Enterprise child theme and would like to know how to change the spacing between the body content and the sidebar on all pages?

    As you can see from looking at this sample page http://bestloansaustralia.com.au/car-loans-sydney/ there is quite a lot of unused white space to the right of the body content area.

    How can I expand that usuable space from 600 px to – say 800, or 750 – or whatever else?

    Also, how do I modify the width of the sidebar as well, in case I need to widen or narrow it without modifying the body content width?

    Please note that I am a near-beginner with html/css/php coding, so any instructions you provide, could you please include line numbers and other useful info to help me find where to make changes?

    Thanks in advance & a Merry Christmas to all at StudioPress.

    Eran Malloch

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    anitac
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    You can increase the width of the Content area to about 700:

    .content-sidebar #content, .sidebar-content #content {
    width: 600px;
    }

    Then adjust the sidebar to about 170px:

    .sidebar {
    display: inline;
    float: right;
    font-size: 13px;
    line-height: 20px;
    width: 270px;
    }


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    eranm
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    Thanks Anitac.  That did the trick :-)

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