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TOPIC: Managing top bar

Re: Managing top bar 04 Dec 2015 02:50 #7838

Thank you so much!

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Re: Managing top bar 20 Dec 2015 18:39 #7886

what was the solution ?!
i had this problem too, becaus i use a logo file what had a bigger height than the originial one, now the anchor never collapsing clean to the marks i tried everything nothing works

it would be nice to finding a solution for me too !!!
thx in advance
nice greetings carlo

p.s. sorry for my bad school english !

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Re: Managing top bar 21 Dec 2015 02:57 #7888

Can you please send me your website url?

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Re: Managing top bar 22 Dec 2015 03:26 #7891

You can increase padding-top for each section, edit template.css:
 
.section {
padding: 138px 0 120px;
}
 
#werkstatt.section {
padding: 138px 0 80px;
}
 


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Re: Managing top bar 22 Dec 2015 15:25 #7892

Thanks a lot !!!
That works pretty fine,
many thanks for this great support !

Nice greetings
Carlo

p.s.
even i test it at online responsive sim-site on i pad mini:
same problem, it dont care about the new code in .css file.
But anyway ... is more important on desk, laptop and smartphone !
Last Edit: 22 Dec 2015 15:35 by derCarlo.

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