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That’s fine, I’ve got no problem configuring the widgets…except that the presentation page displays both a full-width text box, and then 3 columns (x 2 rows) of wrap widgets. Is the full-width text a widget?
If the example text and widgets were visible in my admin I would understand better how the example presentation page is constructed. I think it’s a mistake ‘hiding’ them somewhere. Sure, they’ll disappear once I make my own content. But it’s very curious that the sample material exists at all without any entries in the presentation page or widgets. Where is this sample material, where is it hiding? Maybe I want to get rid of it off my system altogether.
Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the sample content and seeing how a presentation page might look. But I don’t think you should hide the magic of how you did it – it might be useful to everyone!
thanks for reply.
Don’t you think that’s a bit odd?….to allow most of the site to appear ‘boxed’ but to have one part of it as an immovable full-width section? I don’t see the point of a site width slider if your site, all of it, can’t be the chosen width.
I guess the alternative is to hand code the width for that top bar (where? what’s the selector?), or just remove it altogether.
Kind of spoils the ship for a ha’pence of tar, as they say.January 13th, 2020 at 17:49 in reply to: How do I remove the Space between the main Content and Menu #97591
** SOLVED **
Add this to your additional css in the customiser:
You can vary the pixel gap – 0px for flush with bottom of the slider, 3px, 5px etc. whatever you prefer.
I couldn’t find this in the style sheet, but when I looked at the page source code I saw the
<div id="main" class="main">and then using the browser inspector I found the css tag for the ‘main’ ID.January 13th, 2020 at 13:41 in reply to: How do I remove the Space between the main Content and Menu #97585
I want to know this, too – and Zed’s answer above doesn’t really address a bog-standard installation (he’s addressing craigmn3’s non-standard site)
So in the Tempera demo, for example, which bit of CSS creates the 20px (approx) black space between the nav bar and the main content (slider)?
It’s got to be in the stylesheet somewhere?… but I’m not enough of a detective to find it in 3000 lines of code! However, I’m pretty sure it will be an element with a class or ID because it’s possible to change the colour of this space through the Tempera Settings/color section (all the heading colours are bizarrely grouped under ‘General’ in the settings – why didn’t they name it ‘Heading’?…!!)