Remove margin between header and navigation menu

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  • #25386

    burksbarn
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    I have tried different code different places or editing what is already there.  For some reason I cannot get rid of giant white space under header.   Any help would be great!  Prose Theme

    http://www.burksbarn.com

     

    Thanks!

    #25389

    wp guy
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    It appears there’s a widget area on the right between your header and menu.

    #25392

    burksbarn
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    Okay, that makes sense I think.  But how do I get rid of it or hide it or anything with it? Thanks so much!

     

    #25393

    dp
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    Hey, there.  I’m a newbie, still figuring stuff out, but I think if you go into the editor, under appearance, go into the css style section, go to: #header .widget-area, and change the top padding from 20 to 0, you should be good.  Hope it works.

    dp

    #25394

    wp guy
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    Hmmm, try decreasing the top padding:

    #header .widget-area {

        float: right;
        padding-right: 10px;
        padding-top: 20px;
        width: 478px;

    }

     

    #25395

    burksbarn
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    I tried that originally and again and that didn’t work.

     

    #25396

    wp guy
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    Is this what you changed?

    #header .widget-area p {

        margin: 0;
        padding: 0 0 5px;

    }

    Because you’ll still need to change this:

    #header .widget-area {

        float: right;
        padding-right: 10px;
        padding-top: 20px;
        width: 478px;

    }

    #25397

    burksbarn
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    I changed both for good measure and it didn’t change.  I also clicked update file like 3 times hoping it would magically start working ;)

     

    #25398

    wp guy
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    This may sound odd, but it’s something to try; drag a text widget into that widget area – leave it blank. And make sure you have applied the padding changes.

    #25399

    dp
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    i think wp guy is right, but there might be another issue we’re not seeing.  when I used firebug on your site, changed top padding from 20 to 0, it bumped it up, no gap.  good luck!

    #25400

    burksbarn
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    Too funny but when I went to the header widget there was already a text widget there.  I deleted it and bam it worked.  I cannot thank you enough this has been making me nuts for a LONG time.  Have a super evening :)

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