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  • Hi, the Imgur link you provided doesn’t link to any images. Additionally, if you can supply a link to the site in question it may be easier to provide the proper CSS.

    Thanks for the response.
    It seems the link broke, I don’t know.

    Here is the Link.

    I want to remove the space beside the job listings and make the hight of the listing smaller while the width covers the whole box.

    Here is what I want it to look like churchjobfinder.com

    I think this CSS might get you what you’re looking for?

    .site-main .recent-jobs .job_listing {
        padding: .2em;
    }
    
    .site-main .recent-jobs .job_listing .job_listing-logo {
        display: none;
    }
    
    .site-main .recent-jobs .job_listing .job_listing-about {
        width: 98%;
    }

    If not, let me know what doesn’t work there and we can adjust it further.

    Thank you.
    The first two codes worked– the first reduced the box’s size a little bit, the second removed the logo space, but I don’t know what the third did.

    Please, the boxes are still very large, I don’t know if it is because the ‘job type and location are placed vertically rather than horizontally as on the other link I shared.

    And my ‘find a job’ page was not affected by the change cause it is still in its old format.

    There really isn’t much else you can do to shorten up the height of the boxes aside from either including less information in there or making the font size smaller overall.

    To target the boxes on the Find A Job page, just remove .recent-jobs from each row of the CSS I gave you and it should target the boxes across the site instead of just the homepage.

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