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    Hello,

    I recently removed padding from my site to correct an issue (as seen in http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/removing-the-white-bar-below-homepage-slider ). Because I’ve used Custom Layouts from the Template Builder, spacing above other page titles weren’t affected. When I click on the “Month”, “Categories” and “Tags” archives in the sidebar of my blog page, there is no padding.

    We successfully corrected this issue with this post ( http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/increasing-the-padding-on-an-individual-pageelement ). However, I’m not comfortable enough with code to know what to adjustment to make to that code to place into the Quick CSS folder.

    How could I do this?

    Thanks,

    Stephen

    #103464

    Hey Stephen,

    I’m not quite sure what the question is. For the pages you want to modify, can you link to them an point out which padding you want changed?

    Just from my other css change, you may be able to do something like:

    #top.archive #main .container {
    padding-top: 30px;
    }

    Since the class “archive” gets applied to archive pages. If however its only for certain types of archives, you may want to add that type or archive as a second class to the css. So, for the category archive you would use:

    #top.archive.category #main .container {
    padding-top: 30px;
    }

    If this doesn’t work for what you are looking for, just provide the specifics and we’ll see what we can do :)

    Regards,

    Devin

    #103465

    Hey Devin,

    I was unaware that you could apply it to all archives pages at once. The first set of code is what we were looking for and worked well.

    Thanks,

    Stephen

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