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  • Hello everyone,

    I’m trying to modify the spacing between the title of a post and it’s main content on my main page. You can find my site here.

    I’m managed to do a few style.css modifications from the default twenty ten theme but I am unable to locate where I can modify the spacing between the post title and it’s content.

    Please not I am using twenty ten beta (haven’t had a chance to upgrade).

    Thank you to anyone taking the time to answer!

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  • So you want more space between the title/date/author, and the content of the post?

    These kind of tweaks are much easier with Firebug’s help.

    Your content is wrapped in a div with the class of entry-content, with a CSS statement that looks like this:

    .entry-content, .entry-summary {
         clear: both;
         padding: 12px 0 0;

    There is already some top padding, you just need to bump that up.

    Hey jleuze,

    Thanks that was what i was looking for (I was actually wanting to remove some extra padding). I’m current travelling and some of the internet cafes won’t allow me to install firebug.

    I’m having the same issue with post that include a featured image (that’s to say there’s too much padding between the title and the content of the post). Now that I have a better idea where to look I should be able to remove some of that padding.

    Thanks again!




    Can I change the color of the inside page (not the background) from white to some other color?




    One more question. Can I change links color and text colors in the sidebar. Oh yeah. I can I create left side bar and right side bar or not?

    Thanks again.




    You can find some of your questions answered here:

    WordPress ‘Twenty-Ten’ theme modifications

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