Few question relating to background and content size, content area

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  1. ydaria83

    Please see my attachment. I have 3 sections bordered with different colors, which I am going to refer as red ( menu), blue(header/bg image) and purple (content) area.

    • 1. Red Area: How I can center the menu items so for example "Home" doesn't start from the edge?
    • 2. Blue Area: As you can see I have a big image, on top I have the grapevines. Is there a way to have the grapevines on their own div and the background underneath it? (such as a tiled background)
    • 3. Blue Area: If my previous question cannot be solved can you please explain me how I can change the content margin so I can show more of the grapevines, right now they are covered by the content . I want to be able to lower down the content.
    • 4. Purple area: The content area where the slider and everything else reside can I make it without any background? Just like I change the footer area which I deleted the image. If so can you let me know which images I should remove from the content area?

    Thanks you very much for your help.


    1. mock_up.jpg (98.4 KB, 16 downloads) 3 years old
    Posted 3 years ago #
  2. ydaria83

    Ok please disregard my older post. I figured most of it. But now I have different questions.
    I used the tile image in the <body> tag as background: bg.png
    Than for the grapes and the map image (it is one image) I used it in the <body_background> tag as background:background_bg.jpg.
    But I would like to move the content about 150px down so the menu and everything else moves down. When I tried to accomplish this the whole content including the background_bg (the grape image) comes down together. I want this image to be margin 0 and I don't want it to be moved. Any recommendation?

    I would really appreciate your quick response. Thank you in advance.
    Please see my new attachment.


    1. mock_up.jpg (95.5 KB, 8 downloads) 3 years old
    Posted 3 years ago #
  3. Hi ydaria83,
    it's hard to tell without a link to the site, but I guess that a padding top to the body_background should be ok:

        padding-top: 150px;
    Posted 3 years ago #
  4. ydaria83

    Ok, thanks. It worked! :)

    Posted 3 years ago #


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