Hello! We set our blog up using the Kubrick theme, and then opted to edit the CSS by hand so we could alter a few things. To set up the stylesheet, I copied and pasted it directly from the Kubrick theme into the CSS box, and I've edited only one or two classes so far. The moment I pasted that stylesheet into the CSS edit box, though, a border was instantly added on both sides of the blog (you can see if it you go to http://pnnode.wordpress.com -- it's the thick light-gray edging on the left and right). Does anybody know which of the CSS elements is controlling the width of that border? I can't figure it out and trial and error has thus far gotten me nowhere.
In case anybody's first thought is that the banner graphic is too wide, I widened it AFTER the border showed up (to try to make it less visible at least at the very top, though it's still showing slightly on the right side), so it's not what is forcing the extra width there.
Any advice you can provide would be much appreciated!
The blog I need help with is pnnode.wordpress.com.