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jannon

I'm trying to reduce the space below the page title and where the directory begins. I used firebug and when I highlight the area, it looks like it is called div class="entry_wrap fix" but when I try to change that in my css by using either .entry_wrap or .entry_wrap fix with padding-top: 0px or margin-top:0px, nothing happens. Which id or class should I be using.

Here is a link to the page: http://www.whidbeylifemagazine.org/visual-directory/

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mackenzie

You will probably need to adjust the following section of code to remove the large amount of space:

.post-meta {

   margin-bottom: 1.71em;

}


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jannon

Thanks Mackenzie,

Unfortunately it didn't work either, no change. Any other ideas?

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batman

Please you can try with

.post-meta {margin-bottom: 0.25em;}

modify #em as you like


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jannon

Actually, I tried everything down to 0em, no difference and I've added !important but still nothing changes.

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Rob

Whatever is affecting entry_wrap fix is causing this. I don't know how this directory is being created, but likely that's the source. If you use Firebug to view it, you can see that the element which includes an individual directory entry has a huge gap of space above it.

I've looked extensively and cannot find the CSS so likely it's embedded in the plugin you're using, potentially hard coded in there. Admittedly, I have rarely seen this happen. However, if you look, you'll see for the heading Linnane...

<form id="wpv-filter-1" class="wpv-filter-form" method="GET" action="http://www.whidbeylifemagazine.org/visual-directory/" style="margin:0; padding:0;">

Which evidences that they are hardcoding.

If you're using a plugin, I think you need to show this to the plugin developer and ask their assistance in identifying the cause of that gap.


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micheldv

My 2 cents

 

I have seen the same topic somewhere else so here the response : 

.post-meta {margin-bottom: 0px;}[/code]

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Danny

Hi,

 

If I understand you correctly, you're trying to reduce the space between the directory listing title and the information from the previous directory listing?

 

If this is correct, please use the following CSS, which reducing the space so that it looks like this:

 

http://d.pr/i/ABYy

 

#site .member-title {
margin-top: 25px;
}

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