editing CSS in K2 Lite

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    Hello, I have a few issues I need assistance with in customizing the CSS for my blog –

    1. when I upgraded to custom CSS, it removed the color I had chosen for a background and it went to default grey. I’d like to know which part of the code to update with the color I want (#FBFBE8)

    2. the default header design for this template includes tabs in the header space. how can I remove them?

    3. is it possible to add white space between the header and the entry and sidebar space? if so, how can I control this using css?

    thank you in advance!

    The blog I need help with is olivewoodstudios.wordpress.com.



    Did you look over the stickied threads about learning CSS? Perhaps you might try there.


    thank you, but I’m not sure what “stickied threads” are. I reviewed the wordpress support site, W3 schools advice, and searched the forums for relevant info before asking here.


    1. Add this:

    body {background:#fbfbe8;}

    2. You don’t need CSS for that – just create and load a blank custom menu.
    (Appearance>Menus: type a name in the Menu Name field, click Create, click Save, select that menu from the pulldown in the Theme Locations module, Save.)

    3. Add this:

    #header {margin-bottom:24px;}

    (Change the number to adjust the space.)

    PS If you’re using Firefox, install the Firebug and Aardvark add-ons: help you identify selectors.


    wonderful! thanks so much for the guidance.

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