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Posted on 2014-02-05
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in the following page, what is controlling the Y-height placement of the left image?
the client wants to raise it (and this is an inherited site)
and i cannot find any rule or parameter that sets the vertical positioning.

http://gallerydeforest.com/about/index.php?ID=6 

thanks!
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In styles_inner2.css line 933
#news_img {}

There is a top margin of 55%
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by:willsherwood
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wow that was quick

MANY THANKS!
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Ahh that wasn't my fastest - 3 mins is slow.
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