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    Hey guys

    Anyone point me to the CSS to reduce the bottom padding underneath the logo?

    See here for what I mean: http://www.swarez.co.uk/header-padding.jpg

    Website is http://www.swarez.co.uk

    I have some white pixels at the top of the PNG logo just to line it up with the menu but will remove this once I can find the CSS for the padding underneath it! I just want to compress the menu area together a little.

    Thanks in advance


    Hello swarez!

    Your website is right-click disabled. Can you please enable it so we can inspect elements and give you more accurateCSS codes?
    Nice logo by the way!

    Best regards,


    Oops! Sorry dude…

    Right click disabled. Cache emptied.

    Thanks for the feedback! :)




    Can you firstly delete following CSS code

    span.logo { width: auto; }



    Thanks Yigit – where will I find that? I checked the CSS files :( Sorry…


    Fixed it…

    /*header with social icons: */
    .social_header #header_main .container, .social_header .main_menu ul:first-child > li a { height: 86px; line-height: 86px; }

    .fixed_header.social_header #main{
    padding-top: 116px;

    Job done with some investigation and head scratching. Reduced the width of the menu/logo container from 116px to 86px (giving me an extra 30px of space; then reduced the container height to match.

    Still responds when scrolling but have crucially reclaimed 30px of content space! Whoop…



    Glad you fixed it. :)


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