Padding around content sidebar

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    pixiegrl
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    I have tried adjusting the width of my content sidebar and sidebar widget to no avail. I am trying to leave a little space in between the main content on the landing page and the sidebar. Also, I would love for the page to not have those wide margins on the left and right sides. A little white is ok, but I feel it takes up so much real estate and cramps things. If you could advise, I would appreciate it!

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    David Browne
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    To change with width of the sidebar find this in your stylesheet

    .sidebar {
              width: 400px;
    }

    and change the pixel value to whatever you need it to be.

    To change the sidebar widget sizes, I’m guessing you wanted a bit of space so the text isn’t touching the border, then you just need to add some padding to the wrap. so for example, add..

    .sidebar .widget-wrap {
             padding: 20px;
    }

    or something similar.


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    • This reply was modified 4 months, 1 week ago by  David Browne.
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