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Make the padding transparent between branding and feature area

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rune@hyldmo.com    1
rune@hyldmo.com

I want the branding to have a padding/space between it and the next element, but how do i do that? I know i will need a code, but what, and where do i put it?

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rune@hyldmo.com    1
rune@hyldmo.com
i am using the pagelines framework, basic child theme. I could use the iBlog5 theme, which i have bought, but then i have difficulty making the colors to be correct when i put in a background picture or what?

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Rob    547
Rob
I'm unsure from your topic what distance you want the break to be from one section to the next, or where you exactly wanted this... between the branding area and navigation (looks awful) or between the navigation and content (looks better). I went with the latter: [code]#nav .content-pad, #secondnav .content-pad { margin-bottom: 25px; padding-bottom: 5px; padding-top: 5px; }[/code] You have a large amount of padding top and bottom in your branding area. Not sure if that was intentional, default or part of your attempts to achieve this break. The break, as you can see, is created with margin-bottom:25px. If you want more or less, just adjust the 25px to a number you prefer.

Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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Rob    547
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Oh, I'd suggest getting Firebug for Firefox http://www.getfirebug.com It will help you find and test the elements you want to change.

Former PageLines Moderator, Food Expert and Raconteur

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rune@hyldmo.com    1
rune@hyldmo.com
Thanks a lot!! i made it, and think i get it now

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rune@hyldmo.com
Rangelone: Can you please also tell me how to make the the branding area transparent as i want the branding logo to be see-trough without any white border or nothing?

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