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[Resolved] Page Title to low

  • Hey Folks,

    I’m trying to tweak a few things on my blog, and I can’t for the life of me figure out to raise the Title of the blog – there’s a bigger gap than I’d like between the navigation of recent and next posts, and the title:

    See an example here:
    Grizzly Bear Chasing Salmon.

    I’d like the title , “Grizzly Bear Chasing Salmon” to be closer up to the navigation line of “Winter in Black and White”. There’s more space there than there needs to be, for me.

    I can’t figure this out. All help is appreciated.

    Thank you.

    Cheers

    Carl

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  • In your style.css look for this:

    .navigation {
    display:block;
    margin-bottom:60px;
    margin-top:10px;
    text-align:center;

    Lower the margin-bottom from 60px to 30px
    It looks good then in Firefox, BUT: in IE the text pieces are alreay overlapping, not good.

    Yoy have validation errors: http://www.xhtml-css.com/

    Work on them first to get good showing in all browsers.

    Hey Henkholland,

    Ahhh — that’s it, yes, thanks. I can fix that. I’m looking at it in Safari and in Firefox and it looks fine here (on a Mac, leopard).

    Is there a way I can check the gae on IE without being able to run IE?

    I’ll check out the errors – I’m sure there’s a bunch of them.

    Thank you so much.

    Cheers

    Carl

    Good and here is a nice checking site: http://browsershots.org/

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