Remove white space in Manhattan

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  • #4898

    squirty
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    How do I remove the white space in the boxed area in manhattan

    I tried editing the CSS, which broke the layout, and then had to re-upload the theme  to reset it.

     

     

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    #4915

    AC
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    It’s in this code – the #FFFFFF

    #home-top {
    background: none repeat scroll 0 0 #FFFFFF;
    height: 400px;
    margin: 20px auto;
    overflow: hidden;
    padding: 20px;
    width: 920px;
    }

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    #5354

    squirty
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    I know it is. I changed the width to 850 which then broke the site. I want the white space, but I want the padding equal on all sides.

     

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    #5369

    AC
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    Okay, so your initial entry was “how do I remove the white space.” I provided how to do that. But you are saying now that you want to keep the white space but have the border evenly around the image. The image needs to be the same size as the area. If you change the home-top from 920px to 850px, you will see that the margins are even, however – it centers the slider on the home page. If you change the image size from 850px to 920px then the spacing will equal out.

    #5388

    squirty
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    Thanks for your help, Anitac.

    It seems the reduction on the width worked this time.

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