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Header Graphic Not Aligned

  1. I'm hoping someone out there can help me with an issue I'm having with Sandbox. I have all of the CSS in place and everything is functioning as it should, except for the header image. For some reason it is being bumped down, which is pushing the rest of the content down as well. Each browser seems to bump it down a different amount. Except for IE, which displays it correctly.

    Can anyone help? I'm at a loss.

    The blog I need help with is

  2. This isn't probably the best way to fix it, but under div#header change the height to 209px instead of 219px.

  3. Actually, that aligns part of it but not all of it. Sorry.

    This might have to wait for devblog to pop around. He's the CSS guru around here.

  4. OK, this is most likely - again - not the right way to do it, but if you add

    margin-top: -10px;

    to div#wrapper, it takes care of the bulk of the issue.

  5. The problem is caused by the admin bar for logged-in users and a margin on your blog title. Try the code below:

    #blog-title {margin:0;}
    body.loggedin {background-position:0 28px;}


  6. I'm having a similar problem. My header is knocked about 1 pixel to the left of the body and footer. It's just slightly off from the Body and Footer. Any idea what I need to change? Is there a setting on Page.PHP?


  7. @ericmannsf
    We cannot access the PHP or underlying HTML files for wordpress.COM blogs let alone edit. If you can access your then you are posting to the wrong forum. In that case the correct forum is here http://wordpress.ORG/support/

  8. If you are a user we need the link to your blog to be able to help. It makes sense to link it to your username when you post in the forum as you can see if you click on my name, or any one of the other users who have commented on this thread.


  9. @hallluke, thanks for the assist on this.

    Tip of the hat.

  10. @hallluke that worked. Thank you so much for your help!

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