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[SOLVED] Resizing the header bar to a custom size


  #1  
Old Feb 10, 2010, 08:34 AM
mactony
 
67 posts · Jan 2009
Wordpress 2.9
Atahualpa 3.4.5.1

http://www.gethelpmusic.com

I would like to resize the grey rule (bar1) to approx 800 px wide.

Right now, I put some padding-left on it, but I would like it also indented from the right side as well. Padding-right does not seem to work. Either way, considering this is Atahualpa, I feel there is probably a more elegant way to accomplish this that I have yet to figure out...

Short of crowbarring in my own rule, is there a way to customize the %bar1 to a specific size?

Thanks!
  #2  
Old Feb 10, 2010, 01:02 PM
mactony
 
67 posts · Jan 2009
Um...solved it. Set the width of the bottom border...yeesh. Kinda obvious.


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