Minimum pro 3.0 issue

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  • #61445

    ruidoblanco
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    Hello! i still have this small problem that i don’t know how to fix it in my website: http://www.danielnovoa.com
    At homepage i have the big featured image then a white space and then the tagline
    i want to remove the white space between the image and the tagline, but i don’t now how to do it..
    if anyone can give me a hint, please??

    thank you!!

    http://www.danielnovoa.com
    #61446

    nunotmp
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    The top space is caused by the class .site-tagline having a top margin of margin-top: 60px; margin-top: 6rem;. You need to edit your style.css under line 494 and remove the top margin.


    #61447

    coralseait
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    Put something like:

    .site-tagline {
    margin-top: 0 !important;
    }

    at the bottom of the child theme sheet (style.css)


    #61450

    ruidoblanco
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    it worked absolutely perfect!!!!

    thank you both for the help!!!

    now i am (a little) less noob!

    thanks!

    #61593

    coralseait
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    No Worries, glad I / we could help!


    #61604

    Dan
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    Hi OP!
    Sorry to hijack your thread – I’ve a post up that references your site here as I’m trying to get the featured image thumbnails on the front page as you have done.

    Can you tell me, did you do anything special, or am I just completely overlooking something? (Not unheard of!)

    Many thanks, and again, apologies for the intrusion.

    Dan

    #61630

    Dan
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    Never mind – worked it out!

    #61664

    ruidoblanco
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    @Dan hey! i just read this!
    did you figure it out?

    #61884

    Dan
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    I did, yes! (Updated my own forum post on the topic with the ‘how’)

    Thank you for the follow up, much appreciated
    :)

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