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  • Michael

    (@alchymyth)

    Forum Moderator

    the styles of the slider areall embedded into theader.php; difficult to tell where they come from.

    ideally you would edit this style:

    #wpcontent_slider_container
    {
    	overflow: hidden; position: relative; padding:0px;margin:0px; text-align:center; width:920px !important;
    }

    and change the bottom margin.

    —-

    if you can’t locate these styles, try and add this to the end of style.css of your child theme:
    #wpcontent_slider_container { margin-bottom: 10px!important; }

    Thanks for the reply.
    Sorry. I couldn’t mention that the silder is added to theme by myself. The plugin’s name is “Content Slide Plugin”
    http://www.snilesh.com/resources/wordpress/wordpress-plugins/wordpress-content-slide-plugin/

    And the theme’s page.
    http://wpshed.com/twenty-ten-child-theme-twentyten-church/

    So there’s no slider css code in the theme since I manually added it via page.php. In my opinion, the problem is with the theme css – post/content margins or paddings. I cannot figure out exactly what post/content margins or paddings to edit.

    Sorry for my English.

    Problem was solved. Plugin’s CSS is inside php file. So I edited it. Voila.

    Thank you for the support. 🙂

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