Hi there! I’ve been trying to override the image padding around ONE image in the main container of a single page so that the image fills the width of the container (900px). Here are the facts:
1. My image is indeed 900px
2. Advanced image settings are set to: alignnone size-full wp-image-200
I’ve played around with the Styles section in the advanced image settings and succesfully eliminated the left and top margin, it is now set to:
margin-right: 80px; margin-left: -40px; margin-top: -23px; padding: 0px;
However, the right margin is not only there, but looks wider than the orignal, this is how it looks like:home page
I am using Brainbuzz’s Class theme.
Does anyone know how to override that right margin, or what I’m doing wrong? I have very little knowledge of CSS so haven’t even looked into modifying the styles sheet. I do know the original template has a sidebar to the right, so maybe that’s why it looks like that?
Any help will be much appreciated!! Cheers!
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