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  1. Hello, I need help with the header: 1. Change the color behind my uploaded logo to black 2. Center the logo (I will not be using the area to the right for social media icons) 3. Remove the space/padding around the logo so that it is flush with the top of the screen, the nav bar, and left and right margins -- Actually if I did this, I guess changing the color behind it would be irrelevant because it would take up the entire space. See http://severxance.com/ I am trying to get it to look similar to the attached mockup. Thank you.
  2. Special navigation with divs

    I am trying to replicate the 'find', 'list', 'contact' menu bar here: http://www.huntersfairwaysothebysinternationalrealty.com/eng I believe I can do this with bootstrap components so I ended up putting this up there: <div class="bs-docs-example"> <div class="tabbable tabs-left"> <ul class="nav nav-tabs"> <li class="active"><a href="#lA" data-toggle="tab">Find</a></li> <li><a href="#lB" data-toggle="tab">List</a></li> <li><a href="#lC" data-toggle="tab">Contact</a></li> </ul> <div class="tab-content"> <div class="tab-pane active" id="lA"> alkdflkjas </div> <div class="tab-pane" id="lB"> The Art of Selling your Home. </div> <div class="tab-pane" id="lC"> <h2 style="padding-left: 30px;">Two locations to best serve your needs.</h2> <div class="info-block"> <p style="padding-left: 30px;"><a class="btn" href="/eng/offices/usa">VIEW LOCATIONS</a></p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;"><a href="/office/316-b-972-4000408">Wynstone</a>: +1 847.381.7100</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;"><a href="/office/316-b-2013-4000932">Downtown Barrington</a>: +1 847.381.2049</p> <p style="padding-left: 30px;"><a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a></p> </div> </div> </div> </div> </div> with this css: .tabs-left .nav-tabs > li > a { background-attachment:scroll; background-color:transparent; background-image:url(http://www.huntersfairwaysothebysinternationalrealty.com/resources/v_1_1_21_2/palettes/sir.dms.one/images/bg-footer-home.png); background-position:0 0; background-repeat:repeat repeat; color:#FFFFFF; float:left; padding:15px 20px 15px 30px; width:260px; } .tab-content { background-color:transparent; background-image:url(http://www.huntersfairwaysothebysinternationalrealty.com/resources/v_1_1_21_2/palettes/sir.dms.one/images/bg-footer-home.png); background-position:0 0; background-repeat:repeat repeat; display:table; padding-top:5px; width:100%; margin-left:313px; margin-bottom:313px; } h2 { color:#ffffff; font-size:28px; } I cannot figure out how to move the tab content div up to be even with the menue items. you guys rock, btw
  3. Yes, I've searched the docs and the forums (and the google). That's where i found Danny's omgwtfbbq, which made me laugh for awhile. Having trouble w margins padding vertical space w rows/spans. Trying to set up a little table-like area. As you can see the last entry (booze) stops way short of the right margin. Also, there's a huge whitespace between the line of text and the well below it. I can't set up CSS to work with it if I don't know WHAT it is (the default margins, etc.) Can you help? Thank you. http://screencast.com/t/G5J20Sta http://paste.pagelines.com/8i5 http://www.capemyers.com/nevermind-awesome/
  4. NEWBIE! I am having trouble figuring out how to create spacing between Brandnav & Nav Classic menus. Website here.. http://website-design-vancouver.ca/blog/ I want the block-menu to be up higher, and the line to be right along the bottom of the block-menu buttons. I have created most of the menus using CSS, but not sure if this is the best way to do it. Can you help?
  5. Hello there. I just purchased Pagelines Framework today for my website. I'm doing pretty well with it. http://www.southmountaininc.com/ My site has a long way to go with tweaks, but there are two primary CSS edits I can't figure out. -- 1) I'd like to add seperater lines above and below my navigation, as well as below my feature slider. I've tried things like: .navigation_wrap { border-bottom: 1px !important; } But I'm afraid I'm not getting the CSS quite right. -- 2) On my home page, the boxes text content is too close to my footer. I'm not sure how to go about adding a margin below the boxes so there is some breathing room between the text and the contrasting footer. Any ideas? -- Thank you for you help!

    So. I have a text widget in the primary sidebar which is place in SB1 (sidebar 1). I want to move it to the right and give it a lot of breathing room between the main column and SB2. This is a mockup of what I am attempting to achieve: http://imgur.com/vSqdi (fig 1) This is the specific problem: http://imgur.com/UQH8K (fig 2) As you can see, the text, which will eventually be built to resemble the "Cheat Sheet" in figure 1, must be moved to the right. Do I work with the padding and margins in #1 The text widget itself #2 The sidebar widget, or #3 SB! Thank you.
  7. My site is www.thesoundation.org. You can have a look www.soundation.org/wp-admin The margin adjustments in the layout editor are not working. I have deactivated all plugins. -Cameron
  8. Hi, I am having trouble reducing the spacing between images and some text when in mobile mode. I have tried many dufferent CSS combinations but nothing seems to reduce the gaps.There are 3 areas on the Home page.. I have attached iPhone screen shots with the area shown. webiste here http://website-design-vancouver.ca/blog
  9. I need to decrease the white space between the banners on this page as well as a couple of others: http://cleaningforyou.net/residential-specials/ I have had trouble narrowing down what the exact element id is in firebug. Now my eyes are starting to cross so I could use some help. :-) Thanks in advance!