Not Solved Formatting problem with my theme, kingfire
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I went to go post a thread on my website an noticed a formatting error. I have attached a picture.

http://prntscr.com/nch3m5

I'm using Kingfire theme on 1.8.
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(2019-04-16, 01:45 AM)WhiteBarackObama Wrote: I went to go post a thread on my website an noticed a formatting error. I have attached a picture.

http://prntscr.com/nch3m5

I'm using Kingfire theme on 1.8.

Did you purchase that theme?
I'm Serpius and You're Not    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
DEAF GOLF
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#3
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Yes, roughly 4 months ago or so.
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#4
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It is probably because theme might be removing padding and margins by default. You just need to add padding and margin on this element, If you can share the website URL, I can help you with exact code that will fix this for you. Or you can ask theme owner.
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What CSS file would it be under and what would the name be?
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(2019-04-19, 08:42 PM)WhiteBarackObama Wrote: What CSS file would it be under and what would the name be?

Mostly it should be under global.css file but it can vary. That is why you should share website URL or ask the theme dev.
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(2019-04-19, 12:07 AM)WhiteBarackObama Wrote: Yes, roughly 4 months ago or so.

Since you paid for this theme, ask Misharnet for assistance.

Go HERE for more assistance.
I'm Serpius and You're Not    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
DEAF GOLF
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#8
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I contacted OwlThemes! Thank you for your help.
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