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    Hi. My site archers and anime is using the minimatica theme. Its title is a bit too much to the left so I wanted to move it a little to the right. Can anyone which code should I change to make this possible? Thank you.

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  • Adding the following code to your style.css file should help:

    #site-title a{
    margin-left: 100px;
    }

    Thanks so much! It worked, and all good now.

    You’re welcome! Make sure to mark this topic as “resolved” for those that might come across it later.

    Another about minimatica, how can I change the dimensions of the sliders and shadows of the sliders? Thanks and sorry for the late question.

    The shadows can be changed by editing the box-shadow properties of the following section of the style.css file:

    .kwicks .slide {
    	float:left;
    	display:block;
    	width:230px;
    	height:410px;
    	overflow:hidden;
    	-moz-box-shadow:0px 0px 30px #000;
    	-webkit-box-shadow:0px 0px 30px #000;
    	box-shadow:0 0 30px #000;
    }

    It looks like the slider widths are hard coded into the HTML/PHP rather than placed in the CSS files, which was an unfortunate design choice, since that makes it more difficult to modify. I did notice that the author of the theme has a support forum set up for Minimatica, so you might want to try asking about the slider dimensions there:

    Minimatica

    Oh, that’s a disappointment. Anyway, are there ways in order to add a similar slider not necessarily on this theme? Am I correct, is this an accordion slider?

    I did a quick search and I didn’t find any WordPress plugins for it right away. I did find this tutorial, but it isn’t specifically for WordPress:

    http://www.aoclarkejr.com/tutorial-jquery-accordion-slider.html

    Hey, thanks for the help guys. I’m no expert in this css obviously and am still learning with the basics of making my blog look nice. Thanks for being patient with me.

    No problem. If you’re still learning the basics of CSS, I’ve found these tutorials to be helpful:

    http://htmldog.com/guides/

    Thanks, one last question. If I want to move the picture in the slides a little bit down, what should I edit?

    You can do that by changing the “padding” property of the #slider section to look like this:

    padding: 60px 0 30px 0;

    That will make the top padding sixty pixels, the right padding zero, the bottom padding will be thirty pixels, and the left padding zero.

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