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CSS for reducing space between Content Box and following elements

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igorvucinic

Hi everybody,

 

I just pulled a content box into the header area of my site in attempt of showing a banner there. So now the content below the site is seperated by a big amount of wasted space. How can I reduce the space between the content box and the graphic below? Is there any CSS?

 

I made an experimental site at:

 

ads.4v-media.de

 

Oh and don´t bother the strange colors please ;)

 

Thanks,

Igor

 

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Danny

Hi Igor,

 

Its difficult to assist you when there appears to be an issue with your CSS not loading on your site. I recommend you disable all active plugins and see if this resolves your issue. Once that is resolved, we can assist you in reducing the space.


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igorvucinic

Hi Igor,

 

Its difficult to assist you when there appears to be an issue with your CSS not loading on your site. I recommend you disable all active plugins and see if this resolves your issue. Once that is resolved, we can assist you in reducing the space.

 

This is strange as the site works fine here. Im using Safari on a Mac. When trying Firefox, it really looks like broken. Whats this?

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Danny

Can you add the following line of code to your wp-config.php file:

 

In the wp-config.php file, find this line:

 

define('WP_DEBUG', false);

And add the following code below it

 

 

define( 'PL_NO_DYNAMIC_URL', true );

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igorvucinic

Can you add the following line of code to your wp-config.php file:

 

In the wp-config.php file, find this line:

 

define('WP_DEBUG', false);

And add the following code below it

 

 

define( 'PL_NO_DYNAMIC_URL', true );

 

done

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Danny

OK, well that hasn't worked, so can you please remove the line of code and then enable PageLines debug mode, which you can do by going to PageLines > Site Options > Advanced.


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igorvucinic

OK, well that hasn't worked, so can you please remove the line of code and then enable PageLines debug mode, which you can do by going to PageLines > Site Options > Advanced.

 

done :)

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Danny

Hi Igor,

 

I have just spoken to one of our developers and he has informed me that this is most likely a server related issue, such as the server sending wrong mimetype, or compression setup is not correct.

Therefore, you will need to contact your host and ask them for assistance.


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