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How do I increase this margin?

Posted on 2012-03-29
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I have a site here:

http://hoosier.fireandrainhosting.com/production-capabilities

and I need to increase the left margin of the light green right side box so it matches the margin at the top of the green right side box.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Question by:Donnie Walker
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by:Tony van Schaik
ID: 37783933
Just remove the margin-right in your template.css stylesheet:

.header_right {
	float:right;
	width:740px;
        margin-right:46px; /* remove this line */
}

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And it should work
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by:Donnie Walker
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I commented it out and nothing changed.
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by:Tony van Schaik
ID: 37784627
You do mean the customer service bar? Or did you mean an other element on the website. Otherwise can you give me a screenshot with which box you mean?
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by:Donnie Walker
ID: 37784850
I need the left side of the light green box to have the same margin as the top of the light green box.

The screenshot shows the area with a red box around it.
margin.png
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Donnie Walker earned 0 total points
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I figured it this out myself by adjusting the margin on the ".sidebar_item p" element.

Thanks anyway.
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by:Donnie Walker
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Figured it out myself.
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