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I’ve tryed as you say, but I don’t think it’s the padding.
It’s like if you have five fixed columns: If you fill each column with words of different lengths, the distance between each item depends on the length of each word
But if the columns are not fixed, if they fit the length of the word, then the space between each text item will depend on the padding.
This is what I think, but only in theory, because I am not a programmer.
Per il momento lascio tutto com’è. If you have any idea about what I’m sayng, please tell me.
Thanks for your time
something like THIS:
) CHI SIAMO (
) ATELIER (
) BLOG (
I didn’t solve it.
On the top menu I still have more white space between “HOME” and “CHI SIAMO” than the space between “CHI SIAMO” and “ATELIER”. The same, “ATELIER” and “BLOG” are closer than “BLOG” and “CONTACT”.
Something like this:
HOME CHI SIAMO ATELIER BLOG CONTATTI
have another question about top menu in http://www.madoridesign.com
The white space between menu items isn’t constant (like it is in http://salon.angelica.co.za).
It seems to be related to the length of the item: the space between “Chi siamo” and “Atelier” is less than the one between “Blog” and “Contatti”.
Is there a way to have this white space fixed?
solved with your help and this topic: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/modifying-the-velvet-menus.
I think that I’ll use featured images in blog article as they are by default on your theme.
Thank you very mutch
maybe I do something wrong.
1) I edit custom.css with the code you gave me.
2) I edit an article and choose an image from “Add Featured Media” tool.
3) That’s wat I see: http://www.madoridesign.com/2011/09/28/siamo-on-line/
It’s supposed not to have the image on the top of the article but just see it in the blog archive.
Can you tell me where I do wrong?
excuse me for my stupid question (I’m a code novice)
but where should I write this css code?
Not in Quick CSS, cause it doesn’t work there. :-(