Make wrap.png start in content area (Quattro Theme)

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    derekalvarez
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    Hello, I am trying to make the wrap.png image start after the header. I’ve tried margin and padding, but no dice. Anyone know how to make this happen?

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    Anita
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    If you look at the code, the #header is inside the #wrap. Try to take that background image and apply it to the #inner which is after the header.


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    derekalvarez
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    I did that and it worked. Thank you!

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    Anita
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    You’re welcome. I will close this thread now.


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