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  • How do I top header issues

    Well if this isn't driving me crazy.

    See image... when refreshing the page the top image goes to the very top like it's suppose to, but on the first page view there is a break. There are no break tage <br /> anywhere so I know it must be the code, what am I doing wrong, please.

    and here is code

    <table width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr><td width="23%" bgcolor="#A7AB94" valign="left"><img src="" align="top" width="296" height="82" vspace="0" hspace="0" alt="xxx" border="0" /></td><td width="51%" bgcolor="#A7AB94" valign="top"></td><td width="25%" bgcolor="#A7AB94" valign="right"><img src="" align="top" width="315" height="82" vspace="0" hspace="0" alt="xxx" border="0" /></td></tr></table>
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  • #2
    A link to your site would be alot more helpful, we need to see the code how it renders with the rest of the page.


    • #3
      oh sorry, it's a WWII firearm collectors site

      I can't imagine what it could be. I have tried everything, looked through everything. I am using IE7. Could it be a javascript code?


      • #4
        Its your body margins.

        margin: 0px 5px 0px 5px;


        • #5
          Originally posted by Zachery View Post
          Its your body margins.

          margin: 0px 5px 0px 5px;
          I tried that, making them all zeros

          the current zeros - 0px are top and bottom...... and the 5px is the left and right sides which I need a bit of space on.

          Any other ideas?


          • #6
            I found what I think is causing this. The logos reside in the body background and NOT the actual page background (where they really belong).

            How to I move the logo to the page background?

            And could someone tell me where the vb CSS file folder is on the server?


            • #7
              Moving the logo requires editing your header template.

              vBulletin's CSS is accessed via the AdminCP as follows:

              AdminCP > Styles & Templates > Style Manager > Your Style Name > Main CSS
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