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Category: vB4 Design and Graphics Discussions
space above h2.blockhead

The spacing between the description and h2.blockhead seems uncomfortably tight to me. I tried adding a top margin directly in the css but no dice. Any suggestions?

http://www.thedesignwerks.com/proofs/Screenshot2009-11-24%20at8.05.11AM.png

What version is that? My beta 4 versions don't look like that.

Anyway, you should post the exact stuff you added inline and tell us the template - perhaps you didn't use the property correctly.

I see what you mean and yea I's like to know as well.

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What version is that? My beta 4 versions don't look like that.

Anyway, you should post the exact stuff you added inline and tell us the template - perhaps you didn't use the property correctly.

I as well as that user changed the post reply size. if you do this you'll see it too Lynne.

That's a screenshot from http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/newreply.php?do=postreply&t=326621

Or any > Post a Reply > Go Advanced page. My installation is exactly the same. I have not changed anything in the templates or stylevars for the blocks. If it didn't work I reverted back to the original.

You didn't resize the form_maWidth in the stylvar? I did and get that too.

You didn't resize the form_maWidth in the stylvar? I did and get that too.

Hmmm - yes I did. I didn't think that would be affecting vertical spacing though.

You would think but I can replicate this after resizing so if you post it in the bug tracker I'll reply as you found it.

You would think but I can replicate this after resizing so if you post it in the bug tracker I'll reply as you found it.

ok, I'll do that now. Thanks.

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Here is the thread http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/project.php?issueid=32561

Added to it. :)

Until they fix it edit the newreply template:

Find:
<form class="block vbform" action="newreply.php?do=postreply&amp;t={vb:raw threadid}" method="post" name="vbform" onsubmit="return vB_Editor['{vb:raw editorid}'].prepare_submit(0, {vb:raw vboptions.postminchars})">

Add above:
<div style="padding-bottom: 10px;"></div>


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Thanks.

Ah, perfect. Thanks!!