Mystique theme, how to change padding for individual pages

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    I have been playing with the CSS for the Mystique theme and have changed the padding of the content (I changed the things in the .post-wrapper section) and the size of the sidebars etc but even though the padding changes work for the posts pages, the pages still appear as before with the original padding.

    I was wondering what the css code for the pages is because I can’t seem to find it.

    Thank You



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    This is the blog address:

    I have yet to apply the changes to the CSS to the blog as I do not wish to go live with a blog that is broken.


    Without being able to see it, I’m totally in the dark, but I would suggest using .post instead of .post-wrapper and see what happens. .post-wrapper is not applied to normal pages, just to post related pages. .post is there it appears for all types of content pages.

    Again, I’m guessing on this.

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