Minimum – Get Rid of White Space Below Page Title

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    ReidCrandall
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    I can’t seem to figure out how to get the main content block to butt up against the page title bar on this page (or any page for that matter):

    http://wp.susancrandall.net/books/whistling-past-the-graveyard/

    From looking and messing with the CSS, there doesn’t seem to be anything calling out for white space there…

    http://wp.susancrandall.net/books/whistling-past-the-graveyard/
    #54310

    colson
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    if it is the blue area you are wanting to move up it is this:

    .entry {
    margin: 0 0 50px;
    }

    But you will have problems again when you start making the size smaller for responsive and that would change here which I believe is line 1990 of your css:

    .minimum .site-inner, .site-inner {
    padding: 20px;
    }

    But this will also affect your inner pages so you will need to review that to see it is ok. if it does effect them and you don’t like it you could add in a new css with .page .entry { and margin back in} the .page will only effect the innerpages and leave the home page alone.

    #54314

    ReidCrandall
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    Gah!

    It seems so easy when you put it like that!

    It didn’t seem to affect the other pages in any way that bothers me. Some space does bump back in on tablet and phone, but it doesn’t look so bad. I may change the padding later, but this gets me closer.

    Thanks!

    Is there any way to add the breadcrumbs back in inside the blue area?

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