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[SOLVED] How can I remove/change space between header and sidebars resp. body?

Old Sep 9, 2010, 10:13 AM
4 posts · Aug 2010

I have about 5px space between the sidebars and the body and can't find how to change or remove it?

I changed more or less everything in Header, Header Image, Layout, Body and Sidebar configuration, but nothing seems to have an effect so far.

I have also tried to analyse the issue with firebug, but it only indicates that the gap is generated by something within <td id="header">. I just don't know where exactly.

What I want to achieve is that the border of the sidebars meet with the header without a gap in between.

(Working local with WP 3.01 and ATA 3.53)

Old Sep 9, 2010, 11:15 AM
4 posts · Aug 2010
Finally figured it out myself. For some reason I had a

td#header { padding-bottom: 5px; }

in the CSS Inserts. Removed it, and everything was fine.


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