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Module Positions on my template - Joomla 3.2x

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Hi

I would like to know - is there a way to edit module size on any Joomla template?
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The size of a module usually depends on the CSS associated with it.  Use a browser development tool (such as Firebug) to examine how style is being applied to your modules.  Edit the style sheet accordingly.

I say "usually" because some modules will set height and width based on attributes specified in the admin interface.  Some poorly coded modules will hard-code it directly into inline style.  You'll need to discover how any particular module will render.
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Thank You!
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