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  • #3205

    How do you adjust the spacing above and below the slideshow thumbnails on the mainpage?

    #41217

    Hey,

    In style.css (around line 437) you’ll find this code:

    .feature_wrap {
    padding: 35px 0;
    position: relative;
    width: 100%;
    }

    You can adjust the 35px top and bottom padding by removing / changing the value here.

    If you require any other help or have specific questions, please include the site URL.

    James

    #41218

    I removed the padding and it does not appear to have changed anything.

    Here is the URL: http://www.evolcdarm.com/

    #41219

    Hey,

    I’ve just checked the site, the padding for the feature_wrap element still shows as 35px 0 so it looks like the code is being called elsewhere as well.

    Change the code in style.css line 374 to adjust the padding and this should be reflected in the live site. I double checked this time, there is nowhere else that code controls the padding here.

    Sorry for the delay in getting you the 2nd part of this solution.

    James

    #41220

    It appears that adjusting these values effects the padding of the main image and not the padding of the thumbnail images…

    #41221

    Hey,

    as far as I can see you need to adjust to entries in style.css. First you need to change the height of the grey stripe by editing following code:

    #wrapper_featured_stripe{
    z-index: 1;
    height:135px;
    }

    Increase or decrease the height value as you like. Then search for following code:

    .slideshowThumbs{
    float: center;
    position: absolute;
    top:25px;
    left:16px;
    }

    and change the top value as you like – this will affect the vertical alignment :)

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