Please, once again, check out the home page at http://www.shimmyshack.com
1. The spacing on this page is really buggered. In a previous version of the page, you helped me adjust it because the content boxes were starting at the top and overlapping the nav bar. I have now added the parallax slider you helped with last night. I added the following Custom CSS to move the slider down on the pages because, as with the content boxes, it also starts at the top of the nav bar.
This is such strange behavior because now if you change the background of the slider, the color changes from the top of the nav bar to only part way down the slider. So the color selection of the slider is not moved down by this CSS.
If you highlight the content boxes with Firebug, you will see the content boxes are also overlapping the slider.
Is there anyway to clean this up so the header, then the nav bar, then the slider, then the content boxes, then the rest of the front page and the footer are placed in that order without overlap and are on the page correctly? I have no idea what is going on here. Not only would that be correct but then I would like to believe I could change the color of the slider and not have to keep it the same as the background.
2. Also can you please help me close up the spacing under the front page content boxes on my home page? I want to move the “Want to bring a little shimmy…” closer to the bottom of the content boxes.www.shimmyshack.com.
3. I have added horiz lines at the top and bottoms of the content boxes. These appear correctly in Safari, but not in Firefox – but they are the same lines that are used on the menu page where they appear correctly in both browsers.
As always, Thanks.
I have been struggling with this for way to long.
EDIT: Just to test this out, I created a new home page and removed the custom CSS. The slider and basic home page set up displayed correctly, but once I made it the static front page which added the content boxes, everything went to the same incorrect positions as is on the current home page. It is as if the static home page with content boxes cannot have a nav bar.
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