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How do I edit a div class that has multiple classes attached to it?

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+Seetheworldsecond    31

I am trying to remove some padding on the left and right and can't figure out the custom code. See attachment, I can only remove it via the inspect code on Google chrome feature, but can't figure out the css to remove it.

 

Please help, thanks.

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adam7288    45

Looks like the styles you are trying to edit are inline, not in the class. Look for the style="" property.

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+Seetheworldsecond    31

Found options in theme options for avada. I made the change however it still didnt work... domain is zenajewellersintl.com Thanks.

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Tried to edit it with my own css...no success...

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astropheed    2,167

If it's inline then use !important in the external sheet.

 

padding-right: 0 !important;

padding-left: 0 !important;

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+Seetheworldsecond    31

I cant locate the external file to add this change....:/

Please help

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CrossCheck    318

sorry to point this out but jewellers (should be jewelers) is misspelled in the domain name. oof!!!! not quite as bad as this http://www.wwwhensoncraft.com My kids teacher didn't know you didnt have to add the www in a domain name

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+Seetheworldsecond    31
4 hours ago, CrossCheck said:

sorry to point this out but jewellers (should be jewelers) is misspelled in the domain name. oof!!!! not quite as bad as this http://www.wwwhensoncraft.com My kids teacher didn't know you didnt have to add the www in a domain name

My client is from the uk and spells it like that. Spelling is correct. I was thrown off too believe me and double checked.

 

Still need help with the css issue. Any css wizards? Thomas where are you my friend.

 

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Seahorsepip    610
11 hours ago, Seetheworldsecond said:

My client is from the uk and spells it like that. Spelling is correct. I was thrown off too believe me and double checked.

 

Still need help with the css issue. Any css wizards? Thomas where are you my friend.

 

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British spelling is the only correct spelling :shifty:

 

Just checked your site to see the issue but it seems the site has some bigger issues now...

I'm always available on Skype ^^

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