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Removing white space on feature/home page in EcoPro

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eatmexico    0
eatmexico

Hi there: I apologize in advance if this is a dumb question, but I can't seem to figure out how to get rid of the white space on my homepage, located directly below the feature boxes. (It's below the area that says "Why food tours") URL is here: http://www.eatmexico.com. I'm not really sure what that area is called, so I don't know how to remove it. Can you help? One more question too -- the photos in our feature carousel are kind of squished into the bottom edge of our feature box. Is there any way to move them up, so they've got a nice border on all sides? Thanks so much!

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wp101    0
wp101

Hey Lesley, To remove some of the white space, you can go to Theme options -> custom code and in the box where it says CSS Rules, append to the end: .texture {min-height: 200px} .contentcontainer {min-height:200px} Change the size to what suits you best.

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eatmexico

Thank you so much! That fixed the issue. Any ideas on how to fix the photos on our feature/homepage so there's space on all sides, and they don't look like they're cut off at the bottom? Thanks again.

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Hey, glad it worked out. Regarding the feature issue, in custom css, perhaps you could add this to the end:

#feature  {
	height:370px;
	}

The feature height is currently set to 330 pixels.

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eatmexico    0
eatmexico

That worked perfectly -- thank you again!

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