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Custom mainlogo position and nav justification.

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scentbyanangel

I'd like to do away with some of the whitespace on the top of my site by bringing the logo down a bit and justifyingthe menu links on the right hand side... Site= http://72.41.64.113/. Currently I'm using .mainlogo-link {margin: 0px 0px 0px -39px;} in the custom code area to align the mainlogo, but am unaware if this is the correct CSS instance to modify...

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Rob
Actually, try this: [code]#branding .content-pad { padding: 0px 0px 0px -39px; } [/code]

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scentbyanangel
Not working, any other ideas? Also, do you know how I can justify the menu to the right? Thanks for your help!

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Let me revise my former post... Rangelone, thanks for your help, the code works to move left or right but I can not change the vertical position...

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Rob
Each one of those numbers followed by px controls a north, south, east or west direction or Up, Down, Left or Right.. Not sure of the order. Have you tried experimenting with the numeric values with them?

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Yes, still not being compliant with anything other than the left as -39px... I can move it left and right, but it's still vertically challenged...

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I just found a solution for the nav justification posted by Kate as follows: #nav_row {padding-bottom:10px;} #nav_row ul{text-align:right;} #nav_row ul li{float:none !important;display:inline;} #nav_row ul li a{float:none !important;display:inline;} Any one able to control positioning of their logo?

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Okay, I started playing with the margin instead of the padding and viola- #branding .content-pad { margin: 0px 0px -50px -39px; }

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Rob
Glad you got it. May I close this issue for you?

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