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Thread began 3/22/2011 6:07 pm by Neil Beadle | Last modified 3/22/2011 7:37 pm by Neil Beadle | 242 views | 3 replies

Neil Beadle

Hey Kevin,

We've provided the Advanced CSS Rules page for this reason. You can basically modify any of the CSS used throughout the site by adding your own rules here. In the Admin, go to Design > Advanced.

You would want to create a CSS style that would modify the style currently applied to the logo. I think what you would be looking for would be something like this:

#header .logo {
padding: 0;

That would remove the padding that is applied to the logo.

I should note that we have made a big deal about this interface only being used by those who have a knowledge of CSS. This is because there is potential for someone who is not familiar with CSS adding styles incorrectly and causing their entire layouts to break.


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