I am currently modifying a template and I would like a physical gap between the sidebar and the main content of the website. I would like to be able to see through to background with the gap.
the code I currently have is
I have tried adding padding, altering the margin etc all to no avail. I am fairly new at CSS. Would I be better building a block and placing the sidebar within it?
Should I be altering the code elsewhere?
Any help would be much appreciated.
http://www.freetosay.co.uk is the site.
Like I said I am currently changing everything. I would just like a gap between the sidebar and main content.
A physical gap that is.
I will have a gander at the CSS website and get the plugin. Thanks
You’ll need to give each divider a colour.
Your Divider “#main” has a white background so I’d start by removing that.
once you have removed that you are going to have to have to give each of the dividers a back ground colour.
as shown in this image
I’d say go with esmi’s answer though and get some help from css-discuss.
I don’t agree with firefox though 😛
Chrome has the inspect element feature built in and it just seems to run much more smoothly for me then firebug.
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