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How do I change this blue bar?

I have a site here:

http://plumthree.com/JAM/

that has a blue bar at the top (when using Chrome). I need to make that blue bar the same height as the green bar or remove it altogether.

I believe the blue bar is the body background.

I've attached an image for reference.

Any help is appreciated.
blue.gif
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Donnie Walker
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Adrian CrabtreeCommented:
Seems to be gone now? The image the CSS is trying to reference is broken. Assuming that is the culprit. I couldn't recreate the issue in Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.

body {
  margin: 0;
  padding: 0;
  color: #919191;
  font: normal 12px/1.8em "Liberation sans", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
  background: #2b76b6 url(images/main_bg.jpg) top center no-repeat; (Broken)
}

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Donnie WalkerAuthor Commented:
I only see it in Chrome windows. I've cleared my cache so I'm not sure what the issue is. My client sees it with her Chrome also.
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Donnie WalkerAuthor Commented:
I removed the background tag in the body...so now I have a white bar at the top in Chrome.

Is there a way to adjust this in Chrome only?
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
I don't see it in Chrome (Windows) either.
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Adrian CrabtreeCommented:
I've checked on Windows and Mac, and cannot see it (attached screen from Windows). When you say you cleared the cache, did you do that in the admin tools or your browser? What cache plugin are you using?
Windows.png
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Also, if you have a reverse proxy set up, it could be that server that is caching the previous stylesheet. We have that happen often in our development.
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Donnie WalkerAuthor Commented:
No cache plugins. I just cleared it with Chrome (Version 26.0.1410.64 m).

But again, my client is also seeing this so I know it is not just me.
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
My view:

Screenshot
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Adrian CrabtreeCommented:
kaufmed brings up a great point. You can also try installing a cache plugin. WP Super Cache works well, or one that you prefer. Once you have one installed and running, try deleting the cache there.
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Donnie WalkerAuthor Commented:
Tried WP Super Cache with no change.

Attached is what I see once I changed the body tag to a white background.
white.gif
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Adrian CrabtreeCommented:
This has to be a server caching issue as kaufmed stated. There are no extra styles in your CSS to merit that margin/height.

Does this appear logged out? Then again, your client is presumably not logged in.
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Donnie WalkerAuthor Commented:
It DOES NOT appear logged out. Thanks!
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Donnie WalkerAuthor Commented:
thanks
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
So you fixed it?
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Chris StanyonCommented:
If it appears when you're logged in but not when you're logged out then it has something to do with the WordPress admin bar - you tend to see that only when you're logged in, which may explain why we can't see it! It looks about the right height for it.
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