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  • #33089

    Ann2010
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    Hi,

    I’m working on a site and I’m having trouble figuring out how to change the padding or margin – whichever applies.

    On this site: http://www.white-dove-promotions.com/

    The owner wants more white space in the main content area – about 1/2 inch on the left/right sides.

    I’ve tried various things to no avail. I’d appreciate if you could direct me to the right place in the CSS to change it.

    I’m using a regular page for the home page, not the featured home page.

    I’ve tried using Firebug to figure it out but that hasn’t helped.

    Thank you,
    Ann Gobel

    #33299

    Ann2010
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    One change – I am using the featured top of the home page and regular pages/posts as well.

    Thank you,

    Ann

    #33300

    Diane Kinney
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    You can adjust your padding by editing line 525 #inner, and then you need to adjust the widths of your content areas to fit.

    Example:

    #inner {
    width: 940px;
    margin: 10px auto 10px;
    padding: 0p 100px;
    }


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    #33301

    Vajrasar Goswami
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    If am not wrong you need to change/add these -

    #sidebar {

    width: 300px;

    }

    #content {

    padding: 0px 20px 0px 20px !important;

    }

    You can do this by going to theme-> style.css and finding #sidebar and #content and changing/adding the attributes.


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    #33312

    Ann2010
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    Thank you both very much for your answer.

     

    I used changing #sidebar and #content and that worked well.  I didn’t try changing the #inner simply because I did the other suggestion and it worked.

     

    I appreciate both of you answering!

    All the best,

    Ann

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