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Motion Template (solved) 1 month 3 days ago #15029

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How to remove the space between hornav menu and title of article. See attachment.
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Motion Template (solved) 1 month 2 days ago #15035

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Hello Mario14,

You can adjust the container padding in the templates MAIN CONTENT / SIDE COLUMN BLOCK STYLING.



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Motion Template (solved) 3 weeks 5 days ago #15065

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That did not work, Main Content / Site Column Block Styling, NO PADING...
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Motion Template (solved) 3 weeks 12 hours ago #15075

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Please post a link so I can see the issue in the browser.

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Motion Template (solved) 1 week 4 days ago #15121

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Motion Template (solved) 1 week 4 days ago #15123

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Hello Mario,

You seem to have a module enabled in one of the content top positions with nothing in it. This is what the space is above the contact form.
Go to Extensions >> Modules and see what modules you have in the following positions contenttop-a, contenttop-b or contenttop-c

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