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Lyndon

Hi there,

I'm looking for some advice on how I can reduce the padding on elements of my site https://comms.bar.  I'm using the most recent version of iBlogPro. The padding is different top and bottom and I'd like to be able to make it equal to balance out the appearance.

I'm a novice when it comes to building websites and I'd appreciate any advice on where to look, and code I need to control the top and bottom padding.

Thanks in advance,

Lyndon

 

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Lyndon
On 2017-01-08 at 11:48 AM, Lyndon said:

Hi there,

I'm looking for some advice on how I can reduce the padding on elements of my site https://comms.bar.  I'm using the most recent version of iBlogPro. The padding is different top and bottom and I'd like to be able to make it equal to balance out the appearance.

I'm a novice when it comes to building websites and I'd appreciate any advice on where to look, and code I need to control the top and bottom padding.

Thanks in advance,

Lyndon

 

I'm still looking for help with this... would appreciate ANY help.  Thanks, L

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Andrew

Have you tried using Custom CSS? Stuff like this is pretty easy with a few rules. 

In order to help you specifically I'd need more specifics about what you're trying to accomplish. 

ALSO, consider adding PL5 to the mix, it has a lot of tools to make this easier.

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Lyndon

Hi Andrew,

I'm not a developer so custom CSS is dangerous in my hands... trust me ;-)

I'm using the iBlogPro platform currently and don't understand what adding PL5 would involve.

The problem is that I have padding across my site https://comms.bar that is not consistent.  The white space between sections is not uniform and I'd like to fix.

Thanks, and I'll appreciate any advice or guidance,

Lyndon

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Andrew

Just add PL5 as a plugin to your existing theme, then check out the extensions and so on... 

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