Using the Metro theme and have too much white space above my header/banner. I just can’t seem to locate the appropriate CSS code. Any help would be appreciated.
If you install Firebug in your browser (for Firefox) or use Safari’s developer tool, that helps you see the code.
Doing this I found an empty div called “title area.” It takes up most of the white space above your banner. Click on Genesis in your WordPress sidebar. This brings you to the theme settings page. Scroll down and look for Header. You should see “Dynamic Text” in the box. Change it to “Image logo.” That should remove the title area.
If you had typed your website’s name on the Settings – General page (for site title), you would see that text in the white space.
Another way to remove this is via CSS, as follows:
But try the theme settings first.
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