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Changing Size of Menu and Subheader



  • Thanks, 

    if the "12px" is between the menu items, for what is "0" in the command? 

    "padding: 0 12px"   

    If I change this "0" to "50" the space gets also wider / bigger. 
  • edited January 12
    Good thread. Love the theme.

    If I use the #Subheader {padding: 20px 0;} fix, the height works great. But I want to split the .title into 2 lines. If I use width to limit the div, it breaks the title into 2 lines, but it pushes down the subheader and creates a little gap before the content.

    How can I split the title into 2 lines? Thanks.

    I am using this:

    #Subheader { padding: 150px 0;}
    #Subheader::after {box-shadow:none !important;}
    #Subheader h1 {color:#ffffff !important;font-size:64px !important;letter-spacing:-2.2px !important;font-style:normal !important;font-weight:bold !important;width:500px !important;}
    #Subheader .title {padding-right:56px !important;padding-left:56px !important;}
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  • Ok, I guess I'll solve it on my own and post the fix here. Any ideas what to touch?
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  • Good advice, thanks.
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