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  • #4815
    position widget content  in sidebar? 2
    ALAN
    Member

    Hi Jamie
    I only need a single text widget in a single sidebar to display 4 images which will link and navigate to other pages. I need to position these up or down accurately in the sidebar to line up with a complex background image. Can you let me know the custom.css code that will move that text widget up or down in the sidebar, or point me in the right direction please?
    Cheers
    Al

    #4817
    position widget content  in sidebar? 3
    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Hi Al,

    This will really depend on your background image. You probably need a spec and some custom work to achieve this result as it’s not easily answered in the forum :)

    Jamie

    #4818
    position widget content  in sidebar? 2
    ALAN
    Member

    Hi Jamie.
    If you ignore the background image, all I need to do is move the text widget and its content down 40px (for example) in the sidebar rather than it sitting at the top.
    Is this possible?
    Cheers
    Al

    #4819
    position widget content  in sidebar? 2
    ALAN
    Member

    I’m OK

    After some more googling I added this to the image code which did it

    /style=”margin-top:40px;”

    Cheers
    Al

    #4821
    position widget content  in sidebar? 3
    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Great :) Thanks for sharing !

    J

    #4824
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    Trish Mullen
    Member

    I was given this link by Woo Themes support and it is absolutely brilliant for learning and playing around with code- it actually lets you see the exact place on your website and it’s coded equivalent – http://www.woothemes.com/tutorials/customizing-your-theme-with-firebug/

    If like me, you use Chrome, then the equivalent there is ‘right click and Inspect Element’ – I’ve just watched this and managed to change something on my own website that wasn’t bad, but it was something that was annoying me.

    Great link and really useful to know how to use it now.

    Trish

    #4825
    position widget content  in sidebar? 2
    ALAN
    Member

    Thanks Trish
    I installed firebug yesterday and also delving around the woothemes support.
    The fog’s lifting on code, thanks for the link.
    Cheers
    Al

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