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Hi! I have a question for anyone out there with a smart solution. I have made a shopsite for a client. I had to remove the branding section and the universal sidebar from the heading section because to much white space. Fine. I made a new banner-picture withe the logo (that originally was in the branding section) The branding section I use in all the other pages. But on the front site the icons RSS e t c are now gone. Is there a smart way to get them in there somewhere. Am I makin sence Front page here http://syrfare.com/ other page example her http://syrfare.com/?product_cat=hudvard If any one knows what to do please post your thoughts here. ;)

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Hi Peter, The Social icons are part of the Branding section, therefore if you do not have this section active, the icons will not show. I am not quite sure what you're asking to be honest. You say you had to remove the Branding and Universal Sidebar from the homepage as there was too much white space ? Can you go into greater detail, your issue please.

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@Danny! Yes it is not so easy when you dont have english as your mother language. If you look now (and I don't know what time you are looking now is 12.53 in Sweden. It looks as it was before. But now there are lots of white space. This comes from The universal sidebar. Since I was not able and I couldn't get any help to positioning the shop widget in the branding section. Don't get me wrong I get a lot of help but this one I could not figure out. So therefor I put the widget in the universals sidebar, with the result of much white space. Sorry I cant be more specific than that even if I wrote it in Swedish.

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Peter, Nearly all sections have padding, therefore all you need to do is inspect each section with either FireBug or Chrome's/Safari's web developer tool and reduce the padding. I have provided you with an example below.

#branding .content-pad {
	padding-top: 0;
	padding-bottom: 0;
	}
You can use a similar method of Features or Boxes to.
#features .content-pad { padding: 0; }
	#boxes .content-pad { padding: 0; }
	

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Now it looks like this Sk?¤rmavbild-2012-08-08-kl.-13.00.19.png But I want it to look looke this Syrfaide.png

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OK, add this to your custom CSS and replace the one you already have, the one with: position: float As that is not valid CSS.

#sb_universal .content { position: absolute; left: 940px; margin: 0 auto; top: 85px; }

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Posted · Report post

PERFECT! Thanks @Danny

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No problem, happy to help!

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