To much "space" on the frontpage - HELP! (9 posts)

  1. fredarn2
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Look here:
    Under the add you can see that it is a big white space with nothing in it, how do i move the articles up so i dont get all that free space there?
    The space was there before i added the add there so thats not why..

    How do i remove the free space at the top of the main page?

    Thank you so much for answers..

  2. moshu
    Posted 9 years ago #

    What browser? I don't see any space in Firefox.

  3. fredarn2
    Posted 9 years ago #

    You most have checked just in the second i moved the banner code from header.php to index.php to test something... becaus i cheked now and the spce was there in opera, ie and firefox...

    I now have the add in the index.php file, that is becaus then the menu dont move, but i stil got the free space that i dont want. how do i remove it?

  4. fredarn2
    Posted 9 years ago #

    I have now managed to change it a little bit, and it looks a lot better. But it is stil a little white space over the add, how do i remove it???

  5. petit
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Guess you did remove the extraneous space by now. It looks fine to me ( in Firefox ).

  6. fredarn2
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Nope, are you sure you dont see it?
    I want the add to be just under the main menu ( HJEL | DISKUTER | GALLERI) - NO space!
    I can see it in my firefox...

    btw: Have you tried Opera? it is a lot better browser, the worlds fastest, very safe, cool design, you can change the design as you like to (move buttons etc.) and it can speak :) it can read text for you and you can order it do do stuff.. You should realy try it: http://www.opera.com

  7. petit
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Ah - okey. I think it's nice with a little space.
    So you don't want *any* space at all.
    I'll try to give it a harder look. It must have to do with the stylesheet for your theme.
    I,ll be back, although it's sleeping time soon on my planet.

  8. petit
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Well! Maybe the reason is that your theme delivers rather strange HTML. Right after the ad section you have an extra </head> then comes the meta tags for keywords and description and after that you seem to end the generated document with </body></html>

    After this point comes the posts. This is not valid html or xhtml and the browser will be kind enough to do its best.

    I think before you try to tamper with the CSS rules for the ad class you should clean up the act of your theme.

    The ad is within the <div class="content">, but should have its own class or id (id="ads") so that you can give it some CSS rules in your stylesheet ( /wp-content/themes/blix/style.css )

    Good hunting!
    By the way - look out for what the ad service at http://www.advertising.no sends you. Hopefully not complete html pages.

  9. vkaryl
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Try using http://validator.w3.org/ to chase the bogeys. Validation is your friend....

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