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iamtheeverydaygirl

Hi!

I've been trying to figure out the appropriate CSS to adjust some padding between my home page elements.

My site is www.iamtheeverydaygirl.com -- and I'd like to minimize the white space between my top boxes and features.

Also, Under my "content" (which is my mailing list signup) I have a faint gray line I've been trying to delete ... any idea how to do that? I'd like to minimize the space between that content and my full width sidebar (holding my latest posts) as well.

Thanks for help -- nothing I seem to be doing is working!

Jen

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Rob    547
Rob

This will nip about 5px off the bottom.


#boxes .content-pad {

    padding-bottom: 0;

}

Unfortunately, you have other elements on other pages otherwise I'd use a negative value for the bottom margin (not padding). If I do the bottom margin, those other elements are cut down and ruined.


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