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  • Resolved stayfq

    (@stayfq)


    Hi,

    I’m trying to find where the style introduced directly after the-bootstrap.css and style.css are loaded comes from so I can eliminate it.

    Here is the code in question that sits in the document HEAD:

    <style type="text/css">
    body > .container{margin-top:68px;}@media(min-width: 980px){body > .container{margin-top:58px;}}.navbar.navbar-fixed-top{margin-top:28px;}
    </style>

    http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/the-bootstrap/

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  • I found it in functions.php in the_bootstrap_print_styles().

    Note that, if you have a floating top navbar (which you do if this is in your HTML) and don’t have an override in your child theme’s styles.css, this will cause the top edge of the main content area to float up under the navbar, which might hide part of any header.

    If you just want to eliminate the space between the top of the content area and the navbar, you’ll need to adjust the margin values. FWIW, I did that in my child theme’s styles.css with values 51 and 41.

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